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Will Skoda relocate a plant to Romania?

Volkswagen, the group owning the Skoda brand, could soon decide on relocating the plant located in Ukraine, which has failed to meet the expectations. Volkswagen might relocate the plant to Serbia, Milenko Kostic, owner of Auto Cacak, Skoda dealer in ...

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Only half of Romanian women have a full-time job, AVON study says

Only half of the Romanian women have a full-time job (54%), reads a study conducted by AVON Romania and released within the 6th edition of CSR4Women by AVON this week, the only event exclusively dedicated to the social campaigns for ...

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VW investment story goes on – sources say Serbia has been chosen. Romania, out of the race (again)?

Serbian media report that car giant Volkswagen has chosen the neighbouring country for the investment in a new plant, leaving aside Romania, Turkey, Macedonia and Bulgaria. Although Romanian and Bulgaria are EU Member States and could have been favourites, ‘Večernje ...

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US Army troops replacement at Mihail Kogalniceanu base, helicopters brought in

The US Army has replaced the troops at Mihail Kogalniceanu’s base. The United States has brought 600 soldiers, heavy-duty armoured vehicles and transport helicopters to strengthen the eastern flank of NATO. After Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula in the spring ...

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Eurostat: Regional GDP per capita ranged from 31% to 626% of the EU average in 2017. Two regions in Romania – among the lowest level

In 2017, regional GDP per capita,  expressed  in  terms  of  purchasing  power  standards,  ranged  from 31%  of  the European Union (EU) average in the Bulgarian region of North-West , to 626 % of the average in Inner London-West in the ...

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Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece to set up Organizing Committee for hosting EC 2028 and WC 2030

The Governments of Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria and Greece will establish an initial Organizing Committee to submit the two joint candidacies for hosting the European Championship 2028 and the World Cup 2030, the Ministry of Youth and Sports announces in a ...

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Nine earthquakes in one hour in the Black Sea. The biggest had 3.7 decrees magnitude

Nine earthquakes were registered Wednesday morning in the Black Sea, offshore the Bulgarian seashore, near the Romanian waters. The biggest quake had a 3.7 degrees magnitude on Richter scale, the National Institute for Earth Physics (INFP) informs. The first quake ...

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Politico: Romanian PM Viorica Dancila accuses EU of double standards

Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă accused Western European leaders of double standards in criticizing her country over corruption and a crackdown on anti-government protests. Dăncilă, whose government holds the EU’s rotating presidency, said corruption is also a problem in Western ...

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