Romania's real net wage rises in February

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Romania's average net monthly wage rose by a real 1.9% year-on-year in February, after increasing by 0.5% in January, the Bucharest-based National Institute of Statistics (INS) said on Monday.

On a monthly comparison basis, the real net wage was flat in February.

In nominal terms, the average net monthly wage rose 10.6% on the year and edged up 0.6% on the month in February, to RON 3,721 (EUR 753).

In February, the highest net average wage of RON 9,093 (EUR 1,840) was registered in computer programming, consultancy and related activities, while the lowest, of RON 2,016 (EUR 408.10), was recorded in the hospitality sector. 

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