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Romanian Market Daily News – 02/01/23



11:19 Romania n President Klaus Iohannis said on Saturday (Dec. 31) in his New Year’s message that Romania is looking forward to the new year with hope and confidence, after the “challenges of historical proportions” it had to face have highlighted the Romanians’ “strength of character” and their ability to stay united.

11:07 Romania’s Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca said in his New Year’s message that in 2022 the Romanians have proven their solidarity, having gone through “unimaginable” challenges and doing more than just resist.

11:04 Romania has the most stable economy in the region and will end the year with an economic growth of over 5 percent, finance minister Adrian Caciu wrote on Saturday (Dec. 31) on Facebook, cautioning however that 2023 will be a difficult year,


17:12 The National Tax Administration Agency (ANAF) will publish this month the list of debtors who have not paid their tax obligations in T42022, according to the legislation in force, Ziarul Financiar reported. Only companies with tax debts of 100,000 lei and above are included in the list.

10:15 Romania’s government debt widens to 48% of GDP as of end-October, data published by the Finance Ministry showed.

10:01 Banca Transilvania, Romania’s largest lender by assets, sees the country’s economy growing 2.4% in 2023 and 3.7% in 2024, as compared to 5.1% in 2021.


09:52 As many as 13,528 businesses suspend their activity over January – November 2022, National Trade Registry Office data showed. More than 35,000 companies were dissolved by the end of November.

09:49 EximBank completed the merger by absorption with Banca Romaneasca and entered the retail market in Romania on December 31, 2022, becoming a full-service bank.

09:34 CEC Bank successfully attracted over 650 million RON equivalent through an inaugural issue of MREL (Minimum Requirement for own funds and Eligible Liabilities) eligible bonds, according to the bank.


12:27 Approximately 95,600 people, Romanian and foreign citizens, with over 20,900 means of transport, crossed the border points on the first day of the year, according to the Border Police.

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