On 29 March 2022, the 4th edition of „International Women’s Day” event took place at Muzeul de Artă Recentă (Recent Art Museum) in Bucharest, for the benefit of MARe Foundation.
For the second year, the Hellenic-Romanian Bilateral Chamber of Commerce supported this special event.
Having written in my previous article about the UK’s new National Security & Investment Act 2021 – and how it has the potential to impact trade and investment between the UK and Romania, it should not be thought that this is the end of the matter. Additional legislation – the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 (the “Economic Crime Act”) received Royal Assent on 15 March this year. The Economic Crime Act is also likely to have effects on international trade and on investment in real estate in the UK.
The new economic landscape and the new technologies provide us with various opportunities to create new learning experiences, leveraging research from a variety of disciplines along with imagination and creativity
The celebration of March 25 is a double celebration for the Greeks and Greece’s fans everywhere - the day of the Annunciation and the commemoration of the heroes who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and independence of Greece.
Bucharest – 3 April 2022. Globalisation and freedom of international trade and investment are surely something good? Whilst this might have been unquestioned some years ago, the events of the last month and a half have accelerated the degree of caution which has been developing over some time that the freedom of such trading and investment arrangements is open to abuse. A new example which is important for business links between Romania and the UK is the UK’s National Security & Investment Act 2021 (the “2021 Act”), which came into force on 4 January this year.
Indeed, we live in turbulent times. Endless Corona, war and a possible recession are on the agenda. Not surprisingly, businesses are struggling with VUCA - volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity.