NRCC supports the Dutch-Romanian business community through premium events, member-driven Task Forces, close relation with the Netherlands Embassy in Romania & active membership in The Coalition for the Development of Romania.
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Since 2006, NRCC plays an active role in facilitating trade between Romania and Netherlands this guide, targeting the Dutch market, being one of the most important tools that fosters the win-win relationships between the two countries.See more
The Romanian-Austrian magic couple Anca and Lucca Lucian won the title of European champions in mental magic at the European Championships of Magic that took place last weekend in Blackpool, UK. It was the first time when the gold medal was awarded in the mental magic category, reports local Agerpres. Their magic show The Mind-Reading
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Romanian engineering student Denis Tudor, 23, is among the winners of Hyperloop competition, which aims to find a transportation alternative for the future. Billionaire Elon Musk, CEO and founder of SpaceX and CEO of Tesla Motors, initiated the competition. Denis Tudor is part of an international team called rLoop, which also includes NASA engineers. They’ve all worked
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Romanian President Klaus Iohannis and his wife Carmen Iohannis lost the ownership of a house in the center of Sibiu, after the Pitesti Court of Appeal yesterday issued a final sentence in this case. The Iohannis family were no longer owners of this house since April last year, after being removed from the land register
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The European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu approved the phasing of two major projects in the counties of Ilfov and Maramures, which got financing in the 2007 – 2013 financial exercise and will be completed in the current programming period, according to a press release issued yesterday by the European Commission Representation in Romania.
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Romania’s fiscal revenues dropped by 5% in January compared to the same month last year, as the revenues from the VAT collection decreased by 20%, according to sources close to the Finance Ministry, reports local Ziarul Financiar. The budget drafted by the current Government estimates a 14% annual increase in the budget revenues. The spending
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Telecom operator Orange Romania registered revenues of EUR 986.8 million in 2016, up 4.2% over the previous year, when the company’s revenues reached EUR 947 million. In the fourth quarter of last year, Orange registered a turnover of EUR 259.7 million in Romania, up 3.8% year-on-year. Orange Romania reached 10.38 million customers at the end of
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Romania’s anticorruption prosecutors sent 1,270 to court on corruption charges in 2016, including 3 ministers, 6 senators, 11 deputies, 47 mayors, 16 magistrates, and 21 state-company managers, according to the National Anticorruption Directorate – DNA’s chief prosecutor Laura Codruta Kovesi. Local courts ruled final sentences in corruption cases targeting 880 defendants sent to court by
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled in 2016 that Romania should pay compensations worth over EUR 1.6 million to inmates who complained about the improper detention conditions. The amount was double compared to the total compensations ECHR ruled in similar cases in the 1990-2015 period, according to data from the National Administration of
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Romania has the lowest share of employees in culture of all EU member states, with only 1.2% of the country’s total employees working in this sector, according to a report published by the EU’s statistical office Eurostat yesterday. Between 2011 and 2015, the number of employees in the cultural industries grew steadily, with 410,000 more
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East-Europeans like to go shopping, with the Romanians ranking first, as nine in ten shoppers in the country like this activity, according to a GfK study. In Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Austria, seven in ten people find shopping fun, the share going down to about 50% in Bulgaria. However, 35% of the shoppers in Romania
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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