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BEI a redus cu 31% sprijinul acordat Romaniei in 2018

Banca Europeana de Investitii (BEI) si-a redus in 2018 fata de anul precedent cu 31%, echivalentul a 600 milioane euro, imprumuturile, garantiile, microfinantarile si angajamente sub forma de capitaluri proprii acordate entitatilor din Romania. Sprijinul BEI pentru proiecte din Romania detalii


EU Regulation on cross-border payments

Frequently asked questions: Intra-EU cross-border payments Brussels, 14 February 2019 What did the Commission propose in 2018 and why? EU cross-border payments in euro are very cheap or even free in euro area Member States (priced as domestic payments) but still expensive in non-euro area Member States. The two amendments proposed by the Commission in March 2018 to the Regulation on cross-border payments will reduce the cost of intra-EU payments within the entire EU and unify the single retail payments market. This will benefit in particular citizens and businesses from the non-euro area Member States by letting them have access to cheaper intra-EU euro payments. Transactions made in EU currencies other than the euro are not detalii


On 1 January 1999, 11 EU countries launched a common currency, the euro

The euro, Europe´s common currency, turns 20 on 1 January 2019. Exactly 20 years ago, on 1 January 1999, 11 EU countries launched a common currency, the euro, and introduced a shared monetary policy under the European Central Bank. The historic moment was a milestone on a journey detalii

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State aid: Commission refers Romania to Court for failure to recover illegal aid worth up to €92 million

The European Commission has decided to refer Romania to the European Court of Justice for failing to fully recover illegal State aid worth up to €92 million from Viorel and Ioan Micula and their group of companies, as required by a Commissiondecision of 2015. An arbitral award of December 2013 (Micula v Romania) found that by revoking an investment incentive scheme in 2005, four years prior to its scheduled expiry in 2009, Romania had infringed a bilateral investment treaty between Romania and Sweden. Romania had abolished the scheme as part of the process of accession to the EU in order to comply with EU State aid rules in its national legislation. The arbitral tribunal ordered Romania to compensate the claimants, Viorel and Ioan Micula, two investors with Swedish detalii

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