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President Iohannis sends message to Indagra International Fair regarding Romania’s responsibility on CAP, swine fever

President Klaus Iohannis has sent a message on Wednesday, on the occasion of the opening of the 13th edition of the Indagra International Fair. The message refers to the responsibilities Romania will have to assume early next year on the ...

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Opposition notifies CCR over the money laundering bill: NGOs activity is blocked

The main opposition parties in Parliament, PNL and USR have filed a complaint against the law on preventing and countering the money laundering to the Constitutional Court. The leader of the Liberal deputies, Raluca Turcan, argued that the bill is ...

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Bucharest City Hall takes over the first 20 Otokar buses

The Bucharest City Hall has announced, on Wednesday, that the first 20 buses, out of the 400 acquired from the OtokarOtomotiv ve Savunma Sanayi association, have been taken over. They will be received at the Titan STB motor depot during ...

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ECHR sentences Romania to pay damages to the victims of 1989 Revolution

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has sentenced Romania to pay damages to the victims of the December 1989 Revolution, due to the delay in the investigation concerning the file. The ECHR decision is the answer to a legal ...

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Cordia Romania, Futureal Group’s residential division, to invest EUR 50 M on the local market in the upcoming year

Cordia Romania, the residential investment division of Spanish Futureal Group, plans to invest EUR 50 million on the local market for the next year, which is part of a long-term development roadmap. The real estate developer aims to deliver about ...

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Eurostat: Romania, last in the EU as number of cars per 1,000 inhabitants

In 2016, there were 258 million passenger cars on the EU’s roads. Car ownership rates were highest in Luxembourg (660 passenger cars per 1,000 inhabitants) followed by Italy, Malta and Finland (all above 600), while there were between 300 and ...

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Dragnea nervous outbreak in Parliament: How the hell can a law help me? You’d better talk to Iohannis to give a decree to shoot me

PSD chairman Liviu Dragnea had a nervous outbreak in Parliament on Wednesday when he was asked by a journalist if a recently adopted law on the home arrest, is helping him. „What law are you talking about? And how the ...

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PM Dancila to pay visits to Bulgaria, Qatar and the Sultanate of Oman

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has announced on Wednesday she will pay visits abroad as of November 2. On November 2 she will attend a meeting Romania-Bulgaria-Greece-Serbia in Varna, which is to be attended also by Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu. “On ...

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Romania ranks first in the EU on corruption in schools

Corruption in the Romanian schools is a reality and both parents and children are forced to face it on a daily basis. An „Eurofund” survey on the perception Europeans have on the quality of life in their countries, shows, among ...

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