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The Bucharest City Hall will invest RON 83.6 million (EUR 18 million) in revamping the Bucharest University palace, according to a project adopted on Thursday, June 14, by the city’s General Council. The council adopted this proposal after the university asked the municipality for help, the sum necessary for revamping its façade, roof and inner
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The Bucharest General Council (CGMB) has approved in its meeting this week a series of projects granting financial help to the capital’s residents for a variety of issues. These range from medical problems to encouraging school performance. They add to the list of financial incentives the City Hall is offering to young people who get
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AdePlast, one of the biggest building materials producers in Romania, will open a new industrial platform close to Craiova, in Southern Romania, on a 20-hectare land plot. The company has invested EUR 22 million in this project, which includes the production facilities, equipment, the auto fleet and logistics. The company will start the polystyrene factory
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Furniture retailer IKEA will open pick-up points for online orders in Timisoara and Brasov, at the middle of July, and in Cluj-Napoca by the end of July, the company announced. The advantage of these pick-up points compared to home delivery is that the clients can pick up their orders when they choose. The delivery cost
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Klaus Eichhorn will take over the management of the Daimler subsidiaries in Romania, Star Transmission and Star Assembly, beginning September 1. He is replacing Falk Pruscha, who has been managing the two sites since 2015. Pruscha will move on to become manager with the engines production department within the Powertrain division of Mercedes-Benz in Stuttgart,
The 2018 World Cup is currently ongoing in Russia, where 32 national teams from across the globe are competing for the big trophy. We’ve made a list of places in Bucharest to watch the games and see the action unfold with friends and family. Promenada Mall This shopping mall has installed a 6 x 4.5
The turnover of market services provided mainly to companies increased by 9% in April compared to the same month of last year, according to the National Statistics Institute (INS). Information service activities and information technology activities continued to be the main driver on this market, with a 15.4% increase in April, the other services segment
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The wholesale trade turnover in Romania increased by 12% in April compared to the same month of last year, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (INS). In March, the increase was 2.3% and in February it stood at 5.8%. The wholesale of agricultural products and livestock increased by almost 30% year-on-year in April,
World Class Romania, the biggest network of fitness and wellness clubs in the country, will open three new centers in the following months, two in Bucharest and one in Cluj-Napoca, according to general manager Kent Orrgren, local News.ro reported. The two clubs in Bucharest will be located in Veranda Mall and AFI Tech Park. World
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Adrian Volintiru is the new interim general manager of Romgaz, the Romanian state-owned gas producer. He will have a four-month mandate. Volintiru is replacing Corin Cindrea, who held the position temporarily since December 2017. The latter took over when director Virgil Metea was dismissed for failing to comply with and implement the decisions of the
Having as specific goals to represent members’ interests and support a favourable business environment in Romania, NRCC created Task Forces, member-driven and industry-focused working groups. We focus on IT&C, Transport & Logistics and Agriculture, industries where Netherlands has a strong expertise and Romania, a great potential.See more