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Lidl, certified Top Employer in Romania in 2017

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German retailer Lidl has been certified as Top Employer in Romania in 2017and six other states – Germany, Italy, Greece, Poland, Slovenia and Slovakia – where the discount supermarket chain operates, Amsterdam-based Top Employers Institute reveals, capital.ro informs. Lidl has ...

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New car registrations in Romania, up by almost 20 pc in 2016 yoy


In 2016, compared to 2015, the new registrations of cars increased by 19.4 percent, National Institute of Statistics (INS) data reveal. In Q4 of 2016, compared to the same quarter of 2015, the registrations of road vehicles  for passenger transport ...

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Romanian users can book an Uber ride directly in Google Maps

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As of this week, Romanian users can request an Uber ride right from Google Maps app, a press release informs. Users in Bucharest, Cluj, Brasov and Timisoara will see every time they seek a destination in Google Maps, Uber option ...

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Orange Romania expands 4G coverage in 1,300 localities

Orange Romania

Orange Romania, part of France Telecom group, expanded its 4G coverage in more than 1,300 localities, following the 2016 vote through the Orange 4G Fun Kit app, a press release informs Thus, Orange 3G and 4G customers chose the counties ...

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AmCham Romania calls for a balanced budgetary projection, focused on growth and investment

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In the context of the public debates around the State Budget project for 2017, American Chamber of Commerce in Romania (AmCham Romania) reiterates the importance of a balanced budgetary projection, focused on economic growth and investment that should enable stability, ...

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EIU forecasts modest growth for Romania, well below the official estimate


British analysts from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) forecast a slower GDP growth rate, from an estimated 5 percent in 2016 to 3.6 percent in 2017, digi24.ro informs, quoting Agerpres. “The PSD (Social Democratic Party) will pursue an ‘anti-austerity’ programme ...

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