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Romania’s National Environmental Guard, the expert authority verifying compliance with environmental laws and regulations, applied nearly 2,000 fines last year, worth a total of over RON 39 million (some EUR 8.5 million), according to its annual activity report. The authority carried out more than 40,600 inspections last year, in the fields of pollution control, biodiversity, biosecurity and protected
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Investment fund Fiera Capital, registered in the Isle of Man, bought a 7.94% stake in wine producer Purcari, which started trading on the Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) on Thursday. The firm, which bought 1.5 million shares, is an investment manager for several other funds which took part in the Purcari Initial Public Offering (IPO). Franklin
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Romania should rather focus on fixing its two existing reactors at the Cernavoda nuclear power plant, which will soon be out of date, rather than engage in never-ending negotiations to build new reactors, said the country’s newly appointed energy minister Anton Anton in an interview for Agerpres newswire. Cernavoda’s Unit 1, which is 20 years
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Canada has seen a substantial increase in asylum claims from Romanians since the Canadian government lifted the visa requirement in December 2017, ipolitics.ca reported. Paul MacKinnon, assistant deputy minister with the Canadian immigration department, said 232 Romanians have claimed asylum since December last year. Before the visa lift, the total number of asylum claims was
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The City Hall of Brazi, a small commune in Prahova county, wants to invest EUR 100,000 in bus stations like in Dubai. The City Hall posted a photo of such a station on its Facebook page, accompanied by the message: “Comfort and respect for the citizens of Brazi commune – the future bus stops! Unique
The largest Romanian chemical producer Oltchim, a state-owned company which has been insolvent since 2013, posted a 75% higher net profit in 2017 than the year before, to some EUR 9.9 million. Its turnover was up 28.5% year-on-year, to some EUR 212 million, according to the preliminary results its sent to the Bucharest Stock Exchange,
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Romanian construction materials producer AdePlast, owned by Romanian investor Marcel Barbut, posted EUR 92 million in sales last year, 20% up year-on-year, the company announced. Exports brought 8% of its sales. The local market mainly contributed thanks to residential projects, as the thermal revamping of blocks of flats with state money stagnated. The company saw
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Romania’s prime minister Viorica Dancila has made a controversial statement on Thursday evening, saying that those “who misinform the EU despite the fact that they know the truth” are “autistic”. The statement was immediately criticized by several local NGOs, and the PM has apologized on Friday morning. Invited in a TV show, Dancila said she
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The Romanian government adopted in its Thursday, February 15, meeting two important bills for the Romanian Army’s endowment. One of them refers to the purchase of HIMARS missiles while the second one targets the conclusion of a framework agreement for corvettes built and equipped at a Romanian shipyard. The bill on the acquisition of HIMARS
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Oil and gas company MOL Romania opened its first electric charging station in Bucharest and plans to open 14 such other stations by year-end. The charging station is located in MOL’s gas station in the Nicolae Caramfil area in Bucharest, and it is compatible to any electric or hybrid car sold in Europe and Asia.
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