EURACTIV Romania

Politics 22-02-2019

Romania treads water on migration and asylum reforms

In 2015, Romania voted against relocation quotas for refugees within the EU, though it later supported the UN’s Global Compact on Refugees. Recently, it was asked by the UNHCR to use its six-month EU presidency to mobilise member states to be more active in managing the flows of refugees. EURACTIV Romania reports.
Agrifood 14-02-2019

Young farmers in Romania hampered by lack of bank guarantees

Getting a loan is the biggest problem faced by young farmers in Romania, especially when they are unable to provide guarantees as back-up, EURACTIV Romania reports.
EU Elections 2019 23-10-2018

Economic growth, migration and EU elections – a strange mix for Romanian voters

Romania’s government boasts about its economic growth rate, but Romanians are leaving the country in large numbers. Can the EU elections in 2019 change the trend or will the migration pace intensify?
Economy & Jobs 02-10-2018

Business representative: ‘Cross-border cooperation is a broader European integration exercise’

Since 2014, the Romania-Bulgaria Interreg programme has helped to boost the economy on both sides of the border by promoting cross-border trade and boosting cooperation in tourism, agriculture and industry. EURACTIV spoke to a business representative of companies operating in the area.
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For defence industry, the Transatlantic link is essential

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Refugees at the EU borders – status update from Romania

How prepared is the EU to receive people in need of protection? How can the integration programmes be improved? – two important case files for Brussels and the member states that can decide the future of millions. EURACTIV Romania reports.
Central Europe 04-11-2014

Irregularities cloud Romanian election runoff

As the first round of the Romanian presidential election has passed, many legal irregularities and troublesome voting procedures cast uncertainty over the second round. Euractiv.ro reports.
Klaus Iohannis
Central Europe 31-10-2014

Romanians elect a new president in atmosphere of scandal

On Sunday, Romanian citizens will chose their next President from 14 candidates, many of which have done little, if anything, to promote themselves or their proposals and programs. EURACTIV Romania reports.
Corina Cre?u [European Commission]
Regional Policy 28-10-2014

Cre?u: ‘I will cut financing to luxury investment’

"My intention as a social democrat is to cut financing of projects that involve luxury investments which are not absolutely necessary, like fitness and SPA centres," Corina Cre?u, the new Romanian commissioner for Regional Policy, told EURACTIV Romania in an exclusive interview.
Elena Basecu, Daciana sarbu
Elections 18-04-2014

EU elections in Romania: a test before a bigger battle

For political forces in Romania, the European elections are first and foremost a test before the presidential election, to be held later this year. EURACTIV Romania reports.

Romania’s B?sescu attempts counter-attack

Romania's suspended President Traian B?sescu said yesterday (15 July) the government's drive to force him from office was an attempt to shield some of its lawmakers from corruption investigations.
Central Europe 04-07-2012

Romanian opposition warns of ‘coup d’état’

Prime Minister Victor Ponta’s leftist USL coalition set a Friday vote on whether to suspend President Traian B?sescu as a first step towards possible impeachment, a move that the opposition denounced as a “coup d’état”. EURACTIV Romania contributed to this article.

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