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Romania's Chamber of Deputies on Tuesday adopted Government Emergency Ordinance 80/2010, which includes amendments by the Committee for budget, that stipulate public sector salaries and state pensions will be frozen next year. read more...


Romanian unemployment rate inched up to 4.93% in October, from 4.89% a month earlier, the country’s employment agency ANOFM said Tuesday. read more...


MPs with the Romania Chamber of Deputies’ committee for labor have until November 14 to draw up a report on the social welfare bill, that will then be put to the vote in plenary, House secretary Niculae Mircovici said Tuesday. read more...


Romania's Social Democratic Party (PSD, in opposition) on Monday requested that Senate President Mircea Geoana be replaced with Titus Corlatean. read more...


The government needs to hurry privatizations and the appointment of private management at state-owned companies, to decisively change the system where a privileged few enjoy undeserved profit, says Jeffrey Franks, head of the International Monetary Fund’s delegation to Romania. read more...


Romania's Government has agreed with the IMF and EC to freeze public sector salaries and pensions, but to increase them slightly halfway through next year, if budget revenue allows, said IMF mission chief Jeffrey Franks. read more...


The United Kingdom's Migration Advisory Committee recommends maintaining restrictions on the access of Bulgarian and Romanian nationals to employment, as lifting them would have a negative impact on the British labor market. read more...


Bucharest’s entire subway network, which has 49 stations, will have elevators for people with disabilities by mi-d next year, Transport Minister Anca Boagiu said Friday. read more...


The employees laid off from Nokia's plant in Romania will receive severance pay, as well re-employment counseling, training and development packages and support for entrepreneurs, the company announced Thursday evening. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu said Thursday, after a meeting with the IMF, World Bank and European Commission delegation, that next year's budget will be built on a deficit of 1.9% of the GDP in cash terms, which can be increased up to 2.5% later in the year. read more...




The companies under the Romanian Economy Ministry's authority and monitored by the IMF have reduced their arrears, cut their personnel expenses by 4.5% and posted 50% lower losses in the first nine months of the year. read more...


Romania’s Chamber of Deputies on Thursday failed to secure the necessary quorum to debate and vote on a bill that allows secret services to conduct criminal investigations and the bill was adopted tacitly. read more...


Romania's Government has pushed the deadline by which companies may register or update the data in the General Registry of Employees (REVISAL) to December 15, 2011. read more...


Traffic control in road transport, currently the responsibility of the Romanian Road Authority, Romanian Car Registry and National Roads and Highways Company (CNADNR), will be taken over by a new structure, starting in December. read more...


The Romanian opposition's motion against the changes to the heating aid system failed to receive the necessary number of votes Monday in the Senate. read more...


Romania’s Prime Minister Emil Boc said Friday he is confident that, in the next six months, the Government will attract companies to continue investments in Cluj after the closing of Nokia's factory at Jucu. read more...


Romania's unemployment rate was unchanged at 7.3% in August, seasonally adjusted data from the statistics institute INS showed Friday. read more...


The European Commission has opened infringement proceedings against Romania and other member states for failing to transpose two directives, regarding the electricity and natural gas markets, and the Economy Ministry expects the process to be stopped in two months, when the rules are adopted. read more...


The International Monetary Fund Thursday completed the second review of Romania’s economic performance under a EUR3.5 billion precautionary loan agreement, enabling the disbursement of a new EUR480 million tranche. read more...


Romania's Government has called a meeting for Thursday evening to discuss mobile phone manufacturer Nokia's decision to close its plant in Jucu, Cluj county, people close to the matter told Mediafax. read more...



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