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On the occasion of the European Data Protection Day (28 January), the importance of continuing the process of implementing the measures established by the GDPR is reiterated, in order to ensure adequate and effective protection of personal data.

Earlier this year, the Romanian Government adopted, through GEO 115/2023, a package of fiscal measures designed to ensure financial sustainability. Businesses in sectors such as financial services, oil and gas, software development, construction, agriculture and food are the most affected by these measures. The changes cover several key issues, from regulations on micro-enterprises and partial social security contribution exemptions, to changes to the caps on cash payments and corporate income tax.

The Immediate remedies for the energy crisis offer only a temporary relief. Hence, we advise Romanian businesses to adopt a forward-thinking approach: embracing the prosumer model. This concept merges the renewable energy production with consumption, paving the way for a long-term solution. This strategy aligns with the European Green Pact and circular economy directives, fostering a transition to renewables sources. In the era of climate change, embracing the prosumer model could unlock a more cost-effective and eco-friendly winter.

  1. Who are the retailers with obligations in SGR?

According to the legal definition, retailers are economic operators authorized to carry out the commercialization of products in SGR packaging to consumers or end users, including activities in the hotel industry, food services, units organizing events, preparing and serving food and beverages. Thus, the retailer is the middle link in this recycling chain, between the producer and the end consumer.