Progress Report on Fiscal Policies May 3 - 6, 2016
This week, the European Commission released its spring economic forecast on Romania, while "economic growth in Europe is expected to remain modest, as key trading partners' performance has slowed down and some of the so far supportive factors start to wane". As a result, GDP in the euro zone is expected to continue growing at modest rates over the 2015-2017 period, with Romania and the Republic of Ireland as the only two countries expected to go over 4% in terms of economic growth. However, the EC warns that the debt-discharge law and the increase of the minimum wage are the two major risks that the Romanian economy is facing.  


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Weekly Policy and Political Report April 25 – 28, 2016
The third minister in Dacian Cioloș’ Cabinet to resign over the course of the past week is Minister of Culture Vlad Alexandrescu. After Minister of Labor Ana Costea was replaced with Dragoș Pîslaru, and Cristian Ghinea took over the Ministry of European Funds from Aura Răducu, Minister of Culture Vlad Alexandrescu resigned on Wednesday. While Ana Costea invoked the deadlock affecting the unitary wage law, the other two former ministers submitted their resignation “at the demand of PM Dacian Cioloș.” 


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Progress Report on Fiscal Policies, April 25-28, 2016
Several recently enforced bills or bills that are close to the final vote in Parliament may throw the budgetary deficit beyond the level agreed upon with the EC. More so, Daniel Zamfir, initiator of the debt-to-equity swap bill, which was signed into law on Thursday, April 28, stated that he would initiate another bill that addresses the beneficiaries of the “First Home” Governmental program. Zamfir also announced a revision of the draft bill on CHF-denominated loans’ conversion to RON or EUR, so as to strike a compromise between the demands of the banking sector and the provisions of Directive 17/2014/EU.  


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Weekly Policy and Political Report, April 18 - 22, 2016
Over the past week, two members of the Cabinet resigned, amid tensions concerning the wage bill, as well as the activity of the European Funds Ministry. Following the resignation of Labor Minister Ana Costea over the failure of the unitary wage bill, president Klaus Iohannis signed the decree appointing Dragoș Pîslaru as the head of the Ministry of Labor. After the Labor Ministry changed leadership, on Monday April 25, Minister of European funds Aura Răducu submitted her resignation “at the request of PM Dacian Cioloș.”


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Progress Report on Fiscal Policies, April 18-22, 2016
As of May 1st, Romania enters the Community Customs Code, which has been designed to ease trade and to ensure the protection of the domestic market. The Code establishes the common EU-level procedures in order to facilitate trade. More so, economic operators will have access to an electronic system for management of customs decisions, exchanging information between customs authorities and companies, thus giving companies the right to demand or submit clarifications before the General Customs Directorate takes a decision that could disadvantage them.  


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