Romania - Paradox of social inequalities and poverty is maintained - April 30, 2018

A representative of the European Commission stated that the paradox of social inequalities and poverty is maintained in the country, given that the economic growth is above the EU average and unemployment is at the lowest level in the last 20 years. According to the EC the trend of economic growth is maintained. The paradox of social inequalities and poverty is also maintained, especially in disadvantaged groups, such as children. One in two children is at risk of poverty.

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