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Today Monday, February 8, 2016 in the Romanian Newspapers

Senate's Standing Bureau asks Foreign Affairs Committee to look into CVM report's drawing up
The Senate's Standing Bureau on Monday called on the chamber's Foreign Affairs Committee to look into how the report on Romania's progress under the Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) was drawn up to see whether or not the shuttle procedures between the European Commission and Romanian authorities were observed, Senate's President Calin Popescu-Tariceanu said (...) Feb 8, 2016
 


Robert D. Kaplan: EU is gradually weakening; Central and Eastern Europeans are leaning more towards U.S.
U.S. analyst and writer Robert D. Kaplan in an interview to AGERPRES says that the European Union is weakening and that he is not confident that the European leaders will be able to solve the problems generated by the refugee crisis and the increasing terrorist threat.
Feb 8, 2016

 
Tennis: Niculescu loses to Pliskova, Czech Republic, Romania at tie in Fed Cup
Romania and the Czech Republic's tennis teams have tied 2-2, after Monica Niculescu was defeated by Karolina Pliskova 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 on Sunday in Cluj-Napoca in the first round of the Fed Cup World group.
Feb 7, 2016

 
Number of debtors to banks, non-banking financial institutions, down to 704,246 people in December
The number of retail debtors with outstanding loan repayments of more than 30 days to banks and non-banking financial institutions decreased to 704,246 people at end-2015, show data with the National Bank of Romania (BNR).
Feb 7, 2016

 


           


Two Romanians Run Philips Operations In Southeastern Europe
Romanians Alexandru Popescu and Doru Rusanescu started to run the operations of Dutch company Philips in Romania on February, 1, 2016.

 
Leu's Exchange Rate Breaks Below 4.5 Per Euro For First Time This Year
The Romanian leu gained ground versus the euro by midday Monday and the central bank’s reference rose 0.56% to 4.4763 units, breaking below 4.5 units per euro for the first time since (...)

 
QuickMobile's Smartwatches Sales Rose Over Fourfold In 2015, To 11,000 Units
QuickMobile, retailer of telephones, computer tablets, gadgets and accessories, sold over 11,000 smartwatches in 2015, over fourfold more than in 2014, reaching a total value of RON14.5 (...)

 
Romania Sells RON419.4M of July 2027 Bonds at 3.65% Average Yield
Romania's finance ministry on Monday raised 419.4 million lei (EUR93.82 million) worth of July 2027 treasury bonds at an average yield of 3.65%, central bank data (...)

 
Cement producer Holcim Romania appoints new CEO
Algerian-Canadian Sofiane Benmaghnia, 39, will be the new CEO of cement producer Holcim Romania starting April 1. He will replace Francois Petry, who took over as CEO of Aggregates Industries, (...)

 
(P) The American International School of Bucharest (AISB) launches the 2016 Scholarship Competition
A tradition at the AISB, the AISB Scholarship Competition for grades 8 and 9 starts on March 1st.  Two (2) full scholarships for the 2016 – 2017 school year are available for students entering (...)

 
Ursus Breweries President Appointed Head Of Romanian Brewers Association
The president of Ursus Breweries, Igor Tikhonov, was appointed head of the Romanian brewers association, replacing Lucian Ghinea, Bergenbier president.

 
Sofiane Benmaghnia Takes Over As New CEO Of Holcim Romania As Of April 1
Algerian-Canadian Sofiane Benmaghnia will take over as new Chief Executive Officer of Holcim Romania, starting April 1, 2016.

 
BCR: Number Of Clients Eligible For Mortgage Loans To Drop 60% In Five Years
The number of clients eligible for mortgage loans will decrease by 60% in the next five years, given that only one in ten would afford a 30% down payment, which will be asked by the banks if the (...)

 
Famous Italian tenor considers moving to Romania
Italian tenor Alessandro Safina, who will perform in Bucharest this April, said in an interview for local Europa FM that he was thinking of moving to Romania. “Yes, I am thinking about moving to (...)

 
Sharan Burrow, International Trade Union Confederation: IMF's advices on the labour market undermined democracy
Romania was on the frontline of the attacks carried out by the IMF, World Bank and European Commission troika against workers’ rights, and the IMF’s advice on the labour market undermined (...)

 
Tarom to have new CEO.The company needs commercial strategy before starting the procurement procedure
The authorities will start as soon as possible the procedure of selecting the CEO of Tarom, on the basis of a corporate governance ordinance, against the backdrop in which the tenure of current (...)

 
Issue of the Day: From the thinking of a technocrat minister
Despite the fact that the country’s transport infrastructure is one of the poorest in the European Union, the new Transport Minister wants to build a rail and subway line all the way to (...)

 
Who is the Shakespeare Ambassador in Romania?
Shakespeare Lives, an international programme of events and activities celebrating the world’s most popular playwriter’s work on the 400th anniversary of his death in 2016, was officially launched (...)

 
Blue Air launches flights between Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca this June
The domestic flights market is becoming more competitive, as more airlines start operating routes between Romanian cities. Romania’s low-cost airline Blue Air will operate direct flights between (...)

 
British gay rights activist's death in Romania trated as "suspicious"
British travel writer David St Vincent, a top activist for gay rights in Romania, was found dead in his apartment in Bucharest, on January 12. The Police initially ruled his death as natural, but (...)

 
Volume Of Office Space Leased Outside Bucharest Rose 32% In 2015
The volume of office spaces leased last year outside capital Bucharest rose 32% to 49,661 square meters, with the largest volumes traded in Iasi city (17,682 sqm) and Timisoara city (13,043 sqm), (...)

 
Tarom Carried 2.5% More Passengers In 2015
National airline Tarom, the second largest airline in Romania by traffic, carried 2.39 million passengers last year, an increase of 2.5% on 2014, the operator (...)

 
Minister of State for Europe with Germany's Foreign Ministry Michael Roth in Bucharest: I am very worried about our Europe. We need Romania as a pro-European force
„I was not born a politician”, Minister of State for Europe Michael Roth said at the residence of Germany’s ambassador in Bucharest in the beginning of his speech held at the conference organised by (...)

 
Smoking in Romania: What do the Romanians think about the new smoking ban?
Most Romanians have a good opinion about the law that bans smoking in all enclosed public spaces, according to a recent IRES study. More than 90% of the respondents heard about this law. (...)

 


Basescu to Ciolos: You sit with plagiarist Toba to your right and feign not seeing (...)
Parties compete in integrity criteria, but... which integrity?
Tariceanu: We've prepared a draft agreement with PSD, we're negotiating, I don't know when (...)
Popular Movement validates candidacies for county seats, Bucharest excluded
End Of The Road For GSK's Europharm Plant
Unicarm: VAT Cut Helped Us Keep Sales Flat
Accused of plagiarism, MEP Cristian Busoi defends himself: "There are no problems with my (...)
Court of Accounts President: Budget fraud in excess of EUR 2 bln over the last (...)
Romania's insurance market records first year of growth after the crisis
Bucharest Stock Exchange, Communication Ministry organize workshops for IT (...)
State wants to privatize Romanian Post, former Romtelecom
Romanian Dacia's employees receive 5% increase in wages, EUR 317 bonus
Romanian football agents and investors, judge, sent to court for bribery
Kaplan: Romania has a healthier political system than Poland
Romania Net Average Salary Grows 10.2% in December
Romanian authorities discover unjustified expenses at big state companies
Romania's national budget defrauded by EUR 2.1 bln
Romanian central bank: Inflation stays negative until end of May
Romania's central bank keeps monetary policy rate unchanged
Romanian insurer Asirom could pay EUR 5 mln compensation in bus accident
Romanian billionaire's companies enter insolvency
Press Review - February 8, 2016
Zara Owner Inditex Sales Reached Almost EUR300M In Romania In 2015
Fed Cup: Romania fails to reach the semifinals after 2-3 defeat against the Czech (...)
PNL: Patients who refuse prevention programmes risk covering treatments' costs
Liudmila Climoc to be Orange Romania's new CEO
Books written behind bars by contemporary inmates, exhibited at National Library
Fed Cup: Romania vs Czech Republic to be decided after doubles match
Robert D. Kaplan: Romania is doing surprisingly well, politics and economy are doing (...)
PM Dacian Ciolos to participate Monday in "Prime Minister's Hour" at Chamber of (...)
Fed Cup: Simona Halep brings Romania in the lead after victory against Kvitova
Robert D. Kaplan: Romania is doing surprisingly well, politics and economy are doing (...)
Water polo: CSM Digi Oradea win Romania's Cup
EWISA border police project to use video for risk analysis
Romania's Lazar Comanescu participates in informal meeting of EU foreign ministers
Fed Cup: Romania's Monica Niculescu levels the score after two-set victory against Czech Petra (...)
Tennis: Fed Cup Romania v Czech Rep 1-1, Niculescu beats Kvitova to restore (...)
Fed Cup: Romania's Simona Halep loses opening match against Czech Karolina (...)
Tennis: Fed Cup Romania v Czech Rep. 0-1, Halep loses to Pliskova
EANA calls Croatian authorities to discuss independence of Hina news agency

 
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Smoking in Romania: What do the Romanians think about the new smoking ban?

Robert D. Kaplan: EU is gradually weakening; Central and Eastern Europeans are leaning more towards U.S.

Basescu to Ciolos: You sit with plagiarist Toba to your right and feign not seeing it

Parties compete in integrity criteria, but... which integrity?

Tariceanu: We've prepared a draft agreement with PSD, we're negotiating, I don't know when we'll sign it

Popular Movement validates candidacies for county seats, Bucharest excluded

End Of The Road For GSK's Europharm Plant

Unicarm: VAT Cut Helped Us Keep Sales Flat

Accused of plagiarism, MEP Cristian Busoi defends himself: "There are no problems with my doctoral thesis"

Court of Accounts President: Budget fraud in excess of EUR 2 bln over the last decade

Romania's insurance market records first year of growth after the crisis

Bucharest Stock Exchange, Communication Ministry organize workshops for IT startups

State wants to privatize Romanian Post, former Romtelecom

Romanian Dacia's employees receive 5% increase in wages, EUR 317 bonus

Romanian football agents and investors, judge, sent to court for bribery

Kaplan: Romania has a healthier political system than Poland

Romania Net Average Salary Grows 10.2% in December

Romanian authorities discover unjustified expenses at big state companies

Romania's national budget defrauded by EUR 2.1 bln

Romanian central bank: Inflation stays negative until end of May

Romania's central bank keeps monetary policy rate unchanged

Romanian insurer Asirom could pay EUR 5 mln compensation in bus accident

Romanian billionaire's companies enter insolvency

Press Review - February 8, 2016

Zara Owner Inditex Sales Reached Almost EUR300M In Romania In 2015

Fed Cup: Romania fails to reach the semifinals after 2-3 defeat against the Czech Republic

Tennis: Niculescu loses to Pliskova, Czech Republic, Romania at tie in Fed Cup

PNL: Patients who refuse prevention programmes risk covering treatments' costs

Liudmila Climoc to be Orange Romania's new CEO

Books written behind bars by contemporary inmates, exhibited at National Library

Fed Cup: Romania vs Czech Republic to be decided after doubles match

Robert D. Kaplan: Romania is doing surprisingly well, politics and economy are doing well

PM Dacian Ciolos to participate Monday in "Prime Minister's Hour" at Chamber of Deputies

Number of debtors to banks, non-banking financial institutions, down to 704,246 people in December

Fed Cup: Simona Halep brings Romania in the lead after victory against Kvitova

Robert D. Kaplan: Romania is doing surprisingly well, politics and economy are doing well

Water polo: CSM Digi Oradea win Romania's Cup

EWISA border police project to use video for risk analysis

Romania's Lazar Comanescu participates in informal meeting of EU foreign ministers

Fed Cup: Romania's Monica Niculescu levels the score after two-set victory against Czech Petra Kvitova

 

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