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Greater use of electronic payments is responsible for part of the decrease in Romania’s shadow economy, a study by Visa says.
Minister plans to boost foreign tourism by scrapping VAT on visitors.
Cities in the Balkans may score badly in some fields, but they score highly when it comes to labour costs.
Monthly inflation in Romania fell in January to levels not seen in decades, but concerns remain over the country’s overall chance of economic recovery.
Romania's Central Bank has increased its inflation forecast for this year, though at well below 4 per cent, the rate is not seen as especially worrying.
As gas consumption in soars in sub-zero temperatures, experts say the country will have to fork out for pricey imports from Russia.
Serbia and Bosnia rank lowest among Balkan countries in economic freedom survey.
In first such move in the EU, Romania's antitrust body has levied big fines against key oil players in the country.
In a controversial move, the Romanian government has ordered state companies to transfer most of their 2012 profits to the state budget.
Following a major upgrade of its main ski area, Bucharest will extend its ski season to four months a year.
Merger of important energy companies in Romania opens the way for the privatisation of the new giant in 2012.
The telecommunications giant is to close down its unit in Romania at the end of this month instead of at the end of the year.
Bucharest is to continue layoffs in the public sector next year, axing another 300,000 jobs.
Monthly inflation in Romania unexpectedly peaked in October, which economists blame on a sharp rise in heating bills after subsidies were axed for most families.
Romania has announced plans to sell the state owned copper mine Cupru Min Abrud through a tender.
President says countries like Romania, whose banks are not heavily in debt, should not have to pay into the new, planned Europe-wide banking 'shield'.
Uncertainty about the future of the single currency makes many Romanians concerned for their financial future.
A court in Bucharest has jailed a football club owner and other senior ex-officials for corruption.
The annual Night of Museums in Romania will involve exhibitions, dance and theatre performances, concerts and films in events across the country.