Economic forecasts indicate that Romania will continue to have a growing economy. but below that of 2016.
Click here for the third and last part of our review of the most important economic events in 2016
We bring you the second part of our review of the 2016 economic year.
The first part of a review of Romania's economic development in 2016.
A look at the annual activity report of the Competition Council
An outlook on Romanian agriculture at present.
The European Commission has recently revised upwards the forecast for Romania's economic growth rate in 2016.
An X-ray of the Romanian Bank Card Market
The Bucharest Stock Exchange seeks an upgrade from "frontier" to "emerging" market
The World Bank has issued its ‘Doing Business 2017’ ranking, and Romania came in 36th, with 74.26 points.
German companies still trust Romania as regards investments and are looking with optimism towards the future.
Repatriation projects through entrepeneurship
Romania to see the highest growth rate in Europe, according to a revised International Monetary Fund forecast.
In 2015, the Competition Council finalized 21 investigations in electricity, fuels and telecoms
An underwater gas pipeline linking Romania to Bulgaria through the Danube has been completed as of late.
Beekeeping is on the wane in Romania.
Dried beans is a major ingredient in Romanian cooking, especially during the winter season, whether preparing soups, ...
Hosted today by a neo-Gothic palace built in the first half of the 19th century, the museum was founded in 1921.
The 9th edition of the Bucharest International Literature Festival was held between December 7 and 9 in Romania’s capita...
A look back at the top developments of the year 2016 in Romania.
Romania celebrated on January 1st 10 years since joining the EU.
Romania’s national women’s epee team
Ten years ago, on 1 January 2007, Romania and Bulgaria were joining the EU
On January 1, Romania marked 10 years since it joined the European Union
One of the most important events in Jewish history in Romania was the congress in Focsani, held on December 30-31, 1881.
Romania's new government will be sworn in on Wednesday.
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