The representatives of Germany in Bucharest proliferate a new paradigm: the Romanian-German economy. Did Romania become a colony of Federal Germany?

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Bucharest, February 2, 2024# RBJ – We receive at the editorial office an information from AHK Romania according to which the awards of the Romanian-German economy were “distributed” these days. It is for the first time that such a paradigm comes to us. The Romanian economy would have become “de jure” subordinate to the German one. Not even during the Second World War, when Hitler subjected the Bucharest regime to his interests, such a denomination was not used for the Romanian economy.
Even if there is a strong gap between the economic power of Romania and Germany, this does not mean that we are subject to Berlin and Mr. Olaf Scholz’s government. We are an independent economy and country, member of the EU. Has something changed, in the conception of the representatives of Germany, from a legal point of view? Did Romania come under the tutelage of Germany?
If NO, then how do some German officials allow themselves to talk about the “Romano-German economy”?
And how did the minister of economy from Bucharest, Radu Oprea, and Klaus Iohannis’ advisor, Cosmin Marinescu, allow themselves to participate in such an event that illustrates the lack of respect for an independent country?
Of course there are many German companies in Romania. This is a very good thing. But they are not companies in which Romanians own shares. Neither Romanian citizens nor the Romanian state are shareholders in companies with German capital. These companies are subject to Romanian economic and commercial regulations, but they are 100% German. Their politics and profits are subject to corporate governance in Germany.
AHK Romania tells us, in a press release, which are the companies that won the awards of the Romanian-German economy. Here are their names: Bosch Group Romania, Siemens SRL, Knauf Insulation & Knauf Gips Romania and Salubris.
Do any of these companies represent the Romanian economy? No, they are large German companies installed in Romania, where they obtain very large profits from the poorly paid work of Romanians.
We suggest AHK Romania to avoid such cacophonies as the “Romano-German economy”. There is no such formula in the recent history of Europe and we hope that it will never happen in the following decades.

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