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December 2, 2021

Premier Emil Boc at inauguration of China Town Romania

The government will maintain the flat tax and not charge tax on reinvested profit, so that the business people who invest in Romania during the crisis will emerge as the chief winners once recession is behind us, PM Emil Boc said yesterday, at the opening ceremony of China Town Romania in the commune of Afumati. “I’m convinced the project will bring the Chinese charm and miracle closer to us. Romanians will have the opportunity to see China Town not only on TV, but here too,” Mediafax quoted the Romanian premier as saying. “The project China Town Romania is important for boosting relations between China and Romania, fruit of a successful cooperation,” China’s ambassador to Romania, Liu Zengwen, said in his turn. “The baptism has been made by a rain foreseeing riches. We are traditional partners of Romania, and this project stands proof to it, yet again… We are now developing an example of partnership between Romania, Turkey and China,” Turkey’s ambassadress to Romania, Mrs. Ayse Sinirlioglu, said.

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