Ro­ma­nian rates.

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their debts to the state while 310 had al­ready been re­jected on the grounds that they did not ful­fill the cri­te­ria. Of Thurs­day’s more than 46,000 vis­i­tors to the web­site (, around 23,000 were from the At­tica re­gion and 4,500 from Thes­sa­loniki. At one point there were as many as 2,500 en­gag­ing with the plat­form at the same time, the min­istry said, adding that there were no tech­ni­cal glitches.

Ro­ma­nia’s cen­tral bank kept its bench­mark in­ter­est rate un­changed at a record low 1.75 per­cent as ex­pected yes­ter­day, re­main­ing cau­tious amid wage hike pres­sures and fis­cal un­cer­tainty. The cen­tral bank cur­rently fore­casts in­fla­tion at 1.6 per­cent this year, but ex­pects strong do­mes­tic de­mand to push it to 3.1 per­cent in 2018. It will un­veil its revised in­fla­tion fore­cast on Tues­day.

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