Ranking of fastest growing CEE tech companies led by Lithuania’s Voltas IT includes 31 new entrants reflecting hyper rapid pace of tech sector development in the region.
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Romania’s largest insurance firm City Insurance has long-range ambitions to become the largest regional player, but first it sees huge potential in its home market amid the emergence of Romania’s middle class.
Romania's largest opposition party the PNL says it's ready to form a new government, but cannot yet count on a majority in the parliament.
Fall in volume and value of deals revealed in CMS/Mergermarket report is in line with decline seen across Europe as economic slowdown, Brexit uncertainty and global trade wars hit sentiment.
Despite the rapid — and unsustainable — rise in wages, many Romanians including one in three children remain in poverty.
Strong increase in August heralds a certain strengthening of the sales index in the third quarter of the year after it weakened to 5.4% y/y in Q2.
Anti-corruption prosecutors say seizure is connected to a money laundering case concerning the privatisation of Air Moldova last year.
While the opposition seems to have consolidated sufficient support in parliament to win the no-confidence vote, it does not have the necessary coherence to replace Viorica Dancila's cabinet with a new government.
From banks and bevvies to tacos and telcos, a series of IPOs in recent years have ensured the Bucharest Stock Exchange’s main BET index represents a wide range of growing sectors.
In an unprecedented development, MEPs Rovana Plumb and Laszlo Trocsanyi were rejected by the European Parliament Committee on Legal Affairs over conflicts of interest.
Finance Minister Eugen Teodorovici welcomes decision from FTSE Russell that puts Romania among "select club of high profile exchanges" and is expected to result in inflow of investment.
Project is of critical importance for the diversification of Moldova’s electricity supply — but highlights the need for more generation capacity in Romania.
Move comes as the Payment Services Directive compels banks to open up their customer data to third party firms, giving non-banking firms the chance to compete with banks in the payments business.
Tellence, a local provider of high-tech software and engineering services, will create the centre.
A ban on telecoms companies using Huawei's products in Romania's 5G licenses auction is seen as likely after Romania signed a memorandum on safe 5G networks with the US