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Finance, Banking and Economic News
9 February 2011

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45 of the customs and police officers picked up after the massive raids on Tuesday morning at Stamora Moravita and Naidas customs were detained for 24 hours. read more...

Romanian authorities can take lots of measures to support small and medium-sized enterprises, such as reducing bureaucracy and checkups, but also improving the business environment, central bank governor Mugur Isarescu said Wednesday. read more...

Romania can’t hope to obtain external loans if it continues to relay on consumption as the main engine for economic growth, central bank governor Mugur Isarescu said Wednesday. read more...

National Authority for Customs chief Radu Marginean, indicted by anti-graft prosecutors in Bihor in the case involving Halmeu Customs and will be investigated in liberty for bribe taking, Realitatea TV informs. read more...

Romanian senators on Wednesday rejected 51 to 27 votes and five abstentions a bill that would have renamed the country’s Roma minority internally as “gypsies”. read more...

The Romanian Structural Instrument Coordination Authority (ACIS) will be transferred from under the authority of the Finance Ministry to the prime minister, to monitor European fund absorption, Prime Minister Emil Boc announced Wednesday. read more...

Romanian Prime Minister Emil Boc urged Cabinet ministers Wednesday to complete a list of public-private partnership projects by March and called for a new auction to award construction works for the Comarnic-Brasov highway. read more...

Fifteen border police and customs workers at a border crossing point in southwestern Romania on Wednesday have been detained for 24 hours by anticorruption prosecutors. read more...

Romanian housing prices will continue to decrease slightly in the first half of the year and will stabilize in the second half, according to evaluation firm Darian. read more...

EU member states decided on Wednesday, at Brussels that the technical evaluation reports of Romania and Bulgaria should be declassified and sent to the European Parliament, RFI informs. The evaluation reports will be delivered in a few days to the EP. read more...

National Agency for Fiscal Administration (ANAF) chief, Sorin Blejnar was called by PM Boc for an evaluation of the situation at the Romanian customs following the investigations of anti graft prosecutors in the last days, official sources told news agency Agerpres. read more...

Netherlands considers that Romania and Bulgaria cannot join Schengen “at this stage”, joining the positions expressed by France, Germany and Finland, AFP reports. read more...

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