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Launch of OECD Competition Assessment Project in Romania

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The OECD will help the Romanian government identify competition-distorting rules and regulations in three sectors of the economy. Prime Minister Victor Ponta and OECD Deputy SG opened the launching ceremony in Bucharest, 15 October 2014.

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Launch of OECD Competition Assessment Project in Romania

  1. 1. Bucharest, 15/10/2014 Prime Minister of Romania Victor Ponta and OECD Deputy Secretary-General William Danvers launch project to help Romania identify competition-distorting rules and provisions in the sectors of food processing, transport and construction.
  2. 2. "a fair, transparent competition […] represents in fact Romania's chance for development." Victor Ponta, Prime Minister of Romania 15 October 2014
  3. 3. "Romania's economy is still highly regulated and although regulation itself does no harm, the more regulated economies tend to grow at a slower pace." John Davies, Head of the OECD Competition Division 15 October 2014
  4. 4. Left to Right: Bogdan Chiritoiu, President of the Romanian Competition Council; Attila Gyorgy, Secretary of State, Ministry of Public Finance; Simona Maya Teodoroiu, Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice of Romania.
  5. 5. Left to Right: John Davies, Head of the OECD Competition Division; Victor Ponta, Romania’s Prime Minister; William Danvers, OECD Deputy Secretary-General; Mihai Daraban, President of the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Bogdan Chiritoiu, President of the Romanian Competition Council.
  6. 6. More at www.oecd.org/daf/competition #OECDcomp See also:

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