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University Year starts: The F16s will be used for air police as of February, acquisition of coastal batteries to be launched, Defence Minister says

Defence Minister, Mihai Fifor, has said on Monday, during the ceremony on the start of University Year at the Military Academy in Bucharest that he has discussed with the US Defence Secretary, Jim Mattis, about the acquisition of F-16 aircraft. ...

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Eurostat: Young people neither in education nor employment in the EU – 14.3pc. Romania – 19.3pc of those aged 18-24

Over 38 million people aged 18-24 live in the European Union (EU). The vast majority of these young people are in education or training and/or in employment. In 2017, 40.4% of those aged 18-24 responded that they were in education, ...

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European funds have contributed to the GDP increase by almost 14pc

The European funds attracted by Romania during the past decade, have had impact on the GDP increase by 13.6% and on the level of investments by 30% until 2016, a release from the Ministry for European Funds reads. The source ...

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French company MBDA wants to assemble missiles in Romania

MBDA missile giant plans to produce missile components in Ploiesti, Romania, as well as to assemble missiles and provide their maintenance, after the Romanian staff is trained in the factories in France, if a contract is clinched. MBDA has signed ...

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Visual arts in the digital era: 3D graphics workshops for the „Nicolae Tonitza” High School pupils

A 100% Romanian company, topping the ranking of the video game developers industry in our country, also pioneer of the local digital graphics market, has launched a series of workshops to train high school pupils in the digital graphics field, ...

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Romania, third in the EU on dropout

Romania is the third country in the European Union reporting the highest dropout in the 2016 school year, according to the latest Eurostat statistics. Compared with 2006, the proportion of early leavers from education and training decreased in 2016 in ...

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Romania, lower EU funds absorption rate than Bulgaria and Czech Republic

Romania has attracted, by the end of last year, about EUR 17 billion out of the EUR 18.8 billion allotted during the 2007-2013 financial year, having thus the lowest absorption rate (90.4%), by 5 percentage points below the level registered ...

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Suspended for Meldonium doping, failing to compete at the Olympic Games, Mirela Lavric has been declared innocent!

Romanian athlete Mirela Lavric was found positive with Meldonium after the anti-doping test at the Indoor World Championship in the US and then banned from competing in the Olympic Games in Rio. Lavric challenged the decision and has won, the ...

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