25/01/2022 - The OECD will present an Economic Survey of Romania on Friday 28 January. The Survey examines Romania's strong economic performance of recent years, the impact of the COVID-19 crisis and the structural challenges that still need tackling. Special chapters take an in-depth look at Romania's business environment and labour market and suggest areas where further reforms could drive productivity and reinvigorate economic growth.
OECD Secretary-GeneralMathias Cormann will present the Survey's main findings in an online presentation alongside Prime Minister Nicolae-Ionel Ciucă, the Chairman of the Fiscal Council Daniel Dăianu and the Chairman of the National Commission for Strategy and ForecastCristian Stănică starting at 10:30 and livestreamed on the government's Facebook page. A physical press conference will follow at 11:10 at the Hall of Honour of the Victoria Palace (Guvernul României) in Bucharest and will also be livestreamed at the same link. Both events will take place in English and Romanian with simultaneous interpretation.
To register to attend the press conference, journalists are invited to send an email to email@example.com with their name and media credentials. Journalists can access the Victoria Palace premises by presenting a green pass and an identity document.
The Survey will be published at 11:00 local time (10:00 CET) at the following link, which can be included in news articles: www.oecd.org/economy/romania-economic-snapshot/. Journalists can request a copy of the Survey under embargo, thereby undertaking to respect the OECD's embargo procedures, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Embargoed copies will be sent out the day before the launch.
For any other information, journalists are invited to contact Catherine Bremer in the OECD Media Office (+33 1 45 24 80 97). To get advance notification of other OECD reports and events, journalists can complete this short form.
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