Financing conventional energy – how and why


Investments in conventional energy in Romania are required considering the age of power plants and the value of emissions, as a natural consequence of lack of rehabilitation or modernization actions in the last decades. Certain levels of emissions (dust, nitrogen oxide and carbon dioxide) are imposed by the EU regulations and in order to achieve them, it is necessary for certain power blocks to be retired.

Liberalization of gas exports put into perspective


The immediate effects conveyed by the liberalization of natural gas prices on all stakeholders of this sector are explored by Alexandru Lupea, Audit Partner, Ernst & Young Romania

Structural reforms are painfully progressing in the Eurozone - Better news come from the EU periphery


The negative impact of a weaker international environment on exports and ever higher unemployment numbers weighing on demand will continue to dampen growth, extending the recession further this year than previously predicted. Despite some positive signs of improvement across the region little or no pick up this year can be expected unless the ECB takes further significant action, according to the summer Ernst & Young Eurozone Forecast (EEF).

Successful Entrepreneur – The rock star of business world


Few jobs are trendier and would trigger more curiosity than those of success trainers. Seen as really rock stars of business world, entrepreneurial leaders often enjoy the name of inventive and way-out rebels.

The Ernst & Young annual fraud and corruption study Results for Romania and Eastern Europe


Based on recent international survey covering 36 countries, including Romania, indicates that , Romanian respondents are more optimistic about the local market, as 40% indicated that they expect market conditions for their business will improve over the next 12 months, as compared to only 27% of respondents across Eastern Europe and 32% respondents from all countries.

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