Romania hosting B9 summit meeting
Bucharest 9 (B9) heads of State – Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Hungary – are convening today at the Cotroceni Presidential Palace in Bucharest for a summit hosted by President Klaus Iohannis and his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda as initiators of this format.
. Stiri pe Surse
PM Ciuca: Attracting new investments is desideratum of the Government
Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca met with the representatives of the Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, AHK, on Thursday, at the Victoria Palace of Government, context in which he underlined that attracting investments to Romania is a desideratum of the Government, guaranteeing economic stability and predictability, informs a Government press release.
. Ziarul Financiar
Romania Posts Trade Deficit Of EUR10B YoY In January-April 2022
Romania’s trade balance posted a deficit of EUR10.01 billion in January-April 2022, higher by EUR2.93 billion compared with the first four months of 2021, data from the country’s statistics board INS showed Thursday.
. Digi 24
The inflation rate reached a new record level 14.5% in May. Gas prices rose by 87%, fuel prices by 38%
Expenses are breaking new records. The inflation rate reached 14.5% in May. The increase was 0.7 percentage points. Non-food goods have risen by more than 17% in the last year.
. Radio Romania
Social measures in Romania
The Romanian Government supports pensioners and people with a precarious material situation to cope with the recent price hikes.
. Evenimentul Zilei
Nicusor Dan, about the modernization of the tram rails in the Capital. On which boulevards will changes be made
Nicusor Dan, the general mayor of the Capital, declared that the modernization of 27 kilometers of tram rail will start. STB sent the necessary documentation to the Bucharest City Hall.
Net investment increased by 1.2% in the first quarter of the year. Most of the money went to construction
Net investment in the first quarter of the year increased by 1.2% compared to the same period last year. 24.4 billion lei were pumped into the economy, mainly in construction.