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Issued once at every 2 years and written by NRCC members, the guide is a must-read for any Dutch company that considers nearshoring or opening a branch in Romania, as it presents the advantages and challenges in doing business here.See more
The four double-decker buses of the Bucharest City Tour tourist line have carried a total of 56,580 tourists in the 2017 season, 3.5% more than last year. Moreover, the Bucharest Public Transport Company RATB has sold RON 1.32 million (some EUR 287,000) worth of tickets for the City Tour bus line, up 3% compared to
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The small Archis commune in Arad county, Western Romania, may be one of the cleanest places in the country, as mayor Nicolae Valea has bought 760 street garbage bins from a Romanian company, reports local News.ro. The commune has only 1,500 inhabitants and 640 households. The local authorities were to pay RON 678,000 (EUR 174,000)
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Three tourists were locked by mistake in Sfatului Tower, one of the main tourist attractions of the famous central Romania city of Sibiu, last week. The security guard locked them in by mistake. The three tourists got scared when they realized that they were left alone in the tower, in the dark, so they called
A bear attacked a 39-year-old man and a 14-year-old girl in the city of Fagaras, central Romania, on Monday morning. Both suffered injuries but are not in a serious condition. The incident occurred on Monday morning, October 23, on a street in Fagaras, not far from an apartment building. Last week, the Fagaras Forest Department
Bucharest mayor Gabriela Firea wants to introduce an environment tax for cars in Bucharest. She said that the City Hall would ask the Bucharesters’ opinion on this matter. Firea said in an online interview with Adevarul Live that all the car wrecks in Europe have been brought to Romania and Bucharest since the environment tax
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Romanian transport minister Felix Stroe dismissed Mihai Cândea, the head of Gara de Nord train station on Monday, October 23. The director of the Bucharest Railways Regional Department, Laurenţiu Maraloi, was also released from his post. Both were dismissed over how the station, Bucharest’s main train one, has been managed and kept. Until new appointments are
One third of Romanians living in urban areas would not buy an electric car because it’s too expensive, according to a study by market research company 4Service Group. Meanwhile, 61% of respondents said they thought of making such an acquisition, but not in the next three years. Almost 30% plan such an acquisition in the
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Listeners in Romania have plenty of choices when it comes to radio stations broadcasting online. From the music-focused ones to thematic radios, all accommodating those who switched from the classic radio sets to tablets and other mobile devices. A selection of radio stations with a home on the internet below. Online radio Eclectic FM started
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Romanian telecom operator Telekom has put up for sale the Tandem office building, located near the Bucharest Telephone Palace on Calea Victoriei, at a starting price of EUR 8 million. The telecom operator organized a meeting on Friday with 30 real estate investors to present its offer for the Tandem building. Telekom Romania Communications has
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Romania’s Consumer Protection Authority (ANPC) has asked local lender Raiffeisen Bank to drop several clauses considered incorrect from its loan contracts. The bank will also have to propose new reimbursement schedules to the clients that had the abusive clauses in their contracts, according to the order ANPC signed on Friday. The repayment schedule will thus take
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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