August 15, 2014

WWF Romania unfolds ecological reconstruction of Danube meadowland
Aug 15, 2014

WWF Romania unfolds ecological reconstruction of Danube meadowland.
The Romanian chapter of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) begins a 150,000 euros project in August to ecologically reconstruct the Danube meadows until spring 2016. ‘The renaturation of Danube meadowland can generate on long term the premises of a model of sustainable development of local (...)
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Romania's President to join Elena Udrea's Popular Movement Party at the end of his mandate Romania’s President Traian Basescu will join the Popular Movement Party (PMP) on December 22, at the end of his presidential mandate, PMP president Elena Udrea said in a press conference. Elena Udrea is currently running for presidency in the November 2 elections, and promises to follow (...)

Press Review - October 23, 2014

Mega Image to set foot in former Communist store downtown Bucharest Supermarket chain Mega Image, which has been expanding aggressively in Bucharest and elsewhere across Romania in the last two years, will set foot in a very downtown area in the Romanian capital: on Magheru boulevard, close to Romana Square. Mega Image is ready to open shop in the former (...)

Romania pays higher social welfares every year, discouraging work The Romanian state has been paying social welfares up by around a third year-on-year in 2013 and 2014, to a higher number of people, which, sociologists warn, discourages labor. Every month, some 218,000 families, or over half a million people receive money from the state, which spends some EUR (...)

Mega Image To Open Store In Downtown Bucharest Mega Image retail chain is about to open a store in the center of Bucharest, in a space previously occupied by one of the symbols of communist retail, the Eva fashion store on Magheru Boulevard, retail market sources say.

Bucharest's Shopping Center Stock To Reach 1 Mln Sqm Next Year The shopping center stock in Bucharest (malls, retail parks and shopping galleries) will reach one million square meter lettable area next year, sixteen years after the opening of the city’s first mall, Bucuresti Mall.

La Fantana: Local Production Is The Key To 5% Economic Growth “At the moment local output, both of Romanian producers and of foreign investors, regains its well-deserved position in the local economy, then Romania will achieve economic growth of 5%,” said Adrian Nanulescu, general manager of La Fantana, Romania’s leading bottled water (...) : all romanian news. Copyright © DIRECTWAY | RSS Romaniapress NEWSNews RSS |