Romanian consumers who have resorted to the facility offered by the state to postpone rates due to the COVID-19 pandemic and have postponed their monthly rates will be reported by creditors to the Credit Bureau. However, the Credit Bureau and
In Romania, many consumers are at risk of being directly impacted by the global economic downturn. Households are increasingly under pressure, not only due to the sanitary impacts of the coronavirus crisis, but also because of its financial implications.
The coronavirus pandemic has created a global framework in which governments can act in support of businesses and individuals. The wide-spread of COVID-19 has generated significant challenges for the society and higher risks for the economic outlook. Romania was in a
Over-indebtedness was already a problem for many people in the European Union. The current pandemic-induced crisis has a severe impact on household earnings and debt. After the period in which the natural persons debtors to banks and non-banking institutions (but
Supra-îndatorarea era deja o problemă pentru mulți oameni din Uniunea Europeană. Criza actuală indusă de pandemie are un impact sever asupra câștigurilor și a datoriilor gospodăriilor. După ce va trece perioada în care datornicii la bănci și IFN-uri (dar și IMM-urile)