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Romanian Daily News – In Brief – Friday 15/04/2022

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. Agerpres

Gov’t to invest 200 million lei in Constanta Port railway transport infrastructure

The government will approve 200 million lei in investment to make operational the railway transport infrastructure of the Constanta Port, according to Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca.

. Ziarul Financiar

Analysts See Romania’s Annual Inflation Rate Ranging Between 8% To 10% At End-2022

Half of the local financial-banking analysts expect Romania’s annual inflation rate to range between 8% and 10% at the end of 2022 and 35% expect an inflation rate above 10%, as per a survey by the Association of Romanian Financial and Banking Analysts (AAFBR) regarding the economic impact of the war in Ukraine.

. Stiri pe Surse

PM Ciuca, meeting with American congressmen, discussions about security situation and aid for Ukrainian refugees

Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca had a meeting on Thursday with a group of American congressmen, led by Mike Quigley, member of the Chamber of Representatives, who, before arriving in Romania, visited Poland and Slovakia, the topics of discussion being the security situation and the support that Romania needs in the future in order to ensure its defence and humanitarian aid for Ukrainian refugees.

. Evenimentul Zilei

Those who do this go straight to jail! The police can intervene immediately. The law was passed

Those who torture or kill innocent animals risk up to 7 years in prison. The announcement was made by Laura Vicol, the chairman of the Legal Commission of the Chamber of Deputies. The law has been passed and is being enacted.

. Capital

It’s happening today, April 15th! The law that all of Romania was waiting for. It is submitted to the Parliament

The ruling coalition announced that the draft for the Offshore Law was completed on Thursday and that it will be submitted to Parliament today. The new draft stipulates that the overtaxation thresholds will remain unchanged, but the calculation basis will change. In this way, taxes would be lower.