Romania's government has approved a package of controversial changes to the tax code, despite critics from trade unions and protests held in front of the government building.
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Slovakia forecasts a first budget surplus in 2019, and as the Eurozone country outperforms many peers in the Eastern Europe, with strong growth in GDP and a number of tax reforms.