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Senate Standing Bureau approves parliamentary investigation on the Competition Council

The Senate Standing Bureau has approved on Tuesday the request filed by Daniel Zamfir, chairman of the Economic Committee, to start a parliamentary investigation on the Competition Council regarding the report on investigating the ROBOR manipulation. “The Competition Council started ...

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Competition Council: We have not found evidence of a possible understanding between banks

In the investigation of the behavior of banks during October to November 2008, finalized in 2013, no evidence was found of a possible understanding between banks, the Competition Council has announced in response to Senator Daniel Zamfir’s statements. The Competition ...

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ASF kicks off investigation on the stock market’s “black Wednesday”

The Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF) has started an investigation of the transactions conducted on December 19, 2018 on the market managed by the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) on the potential elements falling under the abuse on the market, stipulated by ...

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Competition Council: No referral on alleged illegal deals among banks

The Competition Council says it has received no referral from the public institutions regarding alleged illegal deals among banks on the companies’ lending, as a retort to the ALDE senator Daniel Zamfir’s allegations on this topic. Zamfir is the chairman ...

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Competition Council investigates anticompetitive conduct on the cement market – Holcim Romania, CRH Romania and HeidelbergCement suspected

The analysis of the cement industry production and trade in Romania indicates an atypical situation in which the cement producers maintain their market shares approximately equal and stable over time, with the increasing risk of some forms of coordination of ...

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ECHR sentences Romania to pay damages to the victims of 1989 Revolution

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has sentenced Romania to pay damages to the victims of the December 1989 Revolution, due to the delay in the investigation concerning the file. The ECHR decision is the answer to a legal ...

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Activity of the special section investigating magistrates kicks off, 1,400 files to begin with

The Directorate to investigate the crimes in the judiciary system within the General Prosecutor’s Office has become operational as of today. Adina Florea, the Justice Minister’s proposal for the DNA’s helm, will also work within the new directorate as an ...

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