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Update2: Transporters give up protest, look forward to talks with Chamber of Deputies committee

The transporters have announced Thursday, at about 14.00h, they give up the protests started in the morning, as their dissatisfactions will be discussed on Tuesday, October 16, in a debate in parliament, the Federation of Romanian Transport Operators (FORT) says. ...

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Railwayman’s Day, celebrated with protests by 2,000 trade unionists

More than 2,000 trade unionists in the railway sector have started, Monday morning, on the Railwayman’s Day, a protest in front of the Transport Ministry. Their main requests are related to the adopting of the railway staff statute and decent ...

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5,000 taxi drivers, transporters protest in Victoriei Square, traffic blocked. European Court of Justice: Uber is transport firm

About 5,000 taxi drivers and transporters stage protests in Victoriei Square on Wednesday, in front of the Government offices downtown Bucharest, whereas about 30,000 said will stage protests countrywide, against the taxi digital platforms and against Uber. The protests take ...

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Higher prices for fuels as higher excise duties enforced today

Friday, September 15, is the first day set by the government to increase the excise duties for petrol and diesel fuel by RON 0.16, it is to be followed by another similar step on October 1. On August 30 the ...

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Romanian carriers ask the tax revenue body to check Uber

The Confederation of Authorized Operators and Carriers in Romania (COTAR) asks the National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) to check the way Uber application is cashing in money from the customers after the ride-sharing company had launched a pilot project ...

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Update: Insurers notify the European Commission on RCA capping. Transporters want a new law

The National Union of Insurance and Reinsurance Companies in Romania (UNSAR) considers that the capping of the compulsory insurance policies (RCA) tariffs violates the principle of free market competition, provided by the Constitution, but also a number of European regulations, ...

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