The law 30/2019 amending the Fiscal Code came into force on January 20 and brings a novelty to the Romanian system, namely categorizing the earnings from bitcoin and other digital coins as “income from other sources”, therefore subject to income tax.
Write by Andrew Lundberg from Burford Capital | January 22, 2019 -Burford Blog
Luminita Odobescu, the Romanian ambassador to the EU, and Corina Cretu, the EU Regional Policy Commissioner, lead a list of 19 Romanians to watch as the country holds the rotating EU Council presidency.
Romania took over the presidency on January 1 and will hold it until the end of June.
The EU summit that will be organized in Sibiu in 2019 is to bring 27 heads of state and government from European countries, 36 official delegations, 400 high-level guests and about 800 journalists to Romania, local Mediafax reported.