Locally-owned lenders and private equity groups take advantage of the withdrawal of Greek and other West European banks.
Bill making it easier to change constitution by public referendum seen as latest step in PSD’s conflict with President Iohannis, anti-corruption agency.
Overdue loans 35% down y/y at end-January amid low interest rates and improved payment discipline.
Bucharest plans to hold new auction for warships after criticising selection procedure used by previous government.
Modest reshuffle includes appointment of non-party justice minister but top officials keep their positions.
Dip in final quarter of 2016, as slump in mortgage lending drags down retail lending figures.
Romanian labour minister warns parents are breaking the law by taking children to demonstrations.
Thousands of Romanians demand government's resignation in 13th consecutive day of anti-corruption protests.
Florin Iordache becomes fall guy for government's botched attempt to neuter anti-corruption campaign.
But the government's image has been seriously damaged by the protests against the decree watering down the anti-corruption fight.
The new government has already lost the people's trust, while investor confidence has been shaken.
Decree that would have watered down anti-corruption legislation sparked mass protests in Bucharest and other cities.
As the anti-corruption protests in Romania continue to grow, bne IntelliNews provides a guide to the decree at the heart of the controversy, the main players and their agendas.
Numbers swell on sixth consecutive day of mass anti-corruption protests, as just 1,500 join counter-demonstration in support of government.
Romania is experiencing its own version of Ukraine’s Maidan popular revolution. Mass protests have gone from calling for the cancellation of a decriminalisation decree to demands for the government to resign.
February 5 is a critical day for Romania as opponents to the government’s attempts to undercut the country’s anti-corruption drive prepare to hold their biggest protest so far, while the government meets to discuss the situation.
Demonstrations to continue despite Prime Minister Grindeanu's backtracking on controversial ordinance.
Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu gives in to popular pressure after hundreds of thousands join anti-corruption rallies.
Romania's anti-corruption agency is coming under concerted attack from critics inside and outside the country.
Mass protests enter third day in Bucharest and other cities as government refuses to back down.
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