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Romanian Daily News – Tuesday 07/06/2022

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. Agerpres

Chief of Defence Staff: Currently, number of NATO military present in our country is over 5,000

The number of NATO military present in our country is over 5,000, Chief of Defence Staff, General Daniel Petrescu, declared on Monday at the changing of the guard ceremony of the Headquarters Multinational Division South – East

. Stiri pe Surse

President Iohannis, Speaker Ciolacu to tour Buzau secondary school

President Klaus Iohannis is scheduled today to tour Secondary School 11 of Buzau to mark World Environment Day and Teacher’s Day. He will be joined by the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Marcel Ciolacu.

. Ziarul Financiar

BCR, TradeVille, Swiss Capital – Top Three Brokers on Bucharest Stock Exchange In May 2022

BCR, TradeVille and Swiss Capital were the most active brokers on the Bucharest Stock Exchange in May 2022, jointly accounting for 42.9% of total intermediations, respectively brokered deals worth RON820 million, as per calculations by Ziarul Financiar (ZF) daily based on stock market data.

. Capital

It is the announcement of the moment in Romania! The Minister of European Investments and Projects, Marcel Boloş, informed that it will happen from the 13th of June.

Specifically, the minister spoke about the state of distribution of social vouchers for low-income families that the process is to issue these vouchers.

. Evenimentul Zilei

The grain crisis is also hitting Romania. Farmers are worried and sound the alarm

The grain crisis will affect tens of millions of people. There will be no shortage of grain in Romania, but farmers have other problems. Many cereals from Ukraine will reach the country, which will lower the price and farmers will not be able to cover their expenses. In addition, port blockages could affect exports.

. Economica

Good news for a million Romanians. The price for household electricity customers who had a consumption of more than 300 KWh could be capped

Currently, the only category of electricity consumers who pay energy at market prices are households that last year had an average monthly consumption of over 300 kWh, of course if we do not take into account the large industry that benefits from other support schemes. The situation may change if an amendment already introduced by Members is voted on. The price could be capped for them, at one leu / kWh.