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8 million Romanian Facebook accounts

There are 8 million Facebook accounts in Romania, up by 5 percent compared to the beginning of 2015, Facebrands.ro reveals, with Bucharest taking a 1.64 million accounts share. If the beginning of 2014 saw 7 million Romanian Facebook accounts, their ...

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Three quarters of Romanians don’t save money for emergencies, pensions or children’s education

Over 70 percent of Romanians admit they did not save money for emergency situations, for pensions or expenses on children’s education, a study conducted by OTP Bank and FinZoom.ro reveals. The survey also shows the respondents do not plan their ...

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Is slimming in 1 day possible?

Body and facial therapies intensive program specially designed for busy women by Forever20. The professional beauty center Forever20 united forces with best experts in the field to develop together the most efficient 1 day program dedicated to busy women. In ...

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16 percent of Romanian youngsters run idle, EC report shows

Romania has a 16 percent rate of youngsters aged between 18 and 24 who have no activity whatsoever, exceeding the EU 13 percent average rate, a European Commission survey reveals. These young people are not currently studying anything, attending a ...

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2015 budget provides a 2.5 pc growth and 2.2 pc average inflation rate

More money for Agriculture, Finance, European Funds ministries, less for Health and Internal Affairs.   According to the macroeconomic indicators of the budget construction published on Thursday by the Romanian Ministry of Public Finances, the aggregate consolidated budget for the ...

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Air pollution has cost Romania EUR 80 bn in 2008-2012 period, report shows

New air pollution figures from the European environment agency (EEA) suggest that a handful of power stations and industrial plants together cost EU countries billions of euros every year. Eight of the 30 biggest sources of air pollution were in ...

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