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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 Semenic area and its Văliug commune, in Romania’s Banat region, are well-known to jazz fans, who flock there each summer for the Garâna festival. But the area is also a winter destination, after the local authorities worked to set up a slope linking the Semenic Mountain to Văliug. The Semenic domain stands at an
The weather in Romania will get very cold in the next week with over half of the country under a code orange for low temperatures until March 1. Moreover, Southern Romania will also be hit by a powerful blizzard on Monday and Tuesday. The public weather service – ANM has announced a code orange for
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Romania has received for the second time a Golden Bear for a feature-length film at the Berlin Film festival. This year, the prize went to a Romanian director who also wrote and co-produced a film about sexual intimacy. Director Adina Pintilie has received the Golden Bear for the film Touch Me not at the Berlinale
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A recent Government project foresees higher fines for a series of offenses, including those related to the disturbance of public order or for people who refuse to identify themselves to the Police. As such, people who refuse to identify themselves or go to the Police headquarters when they are asked to could receive fines of
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The annual inflation rate of 4.3% that the National Statistics Institute (INS) announced for January this year was mainly determined by the increase in administered prices, namely the price of fuel, electricity, heating and natural gas, according to Adrian Vasilescu, a strategy consultant for Romania’s National Bank (BNR). He added that the state picked up
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Bilka, the biggest metallic roof tile manufacturer in Romania, reached a turnover of EUR 86 million in 2017, up by 45% compared to 2016, with the residential division having a 90% share in the overall sales. The company’s growth was mainly driven by the expansion and the EUR 30 million investments carried out in the
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More than 6,000 young Romanians chose to study in other countries than Romania last year, which represents an annual increase of 20%, according to data from educational consulting company IntegralEdu, cited by local Hotnews.ro. The company said the UK remains the number one destination for studies, even after Brexit. Ana Maria Papp, manager within the
Some 690,000 visitors checked into five-star hotels in Romania last year, 475,000 of whom were foreigners, according to data from the National Statistics Institute (INS). Thus, foreign tourists represented 68% of the total number of clients for five-star hotels, local Ziarul Financiar reported. The number of foreigners who checked into top-level hotels was 7.5% higher
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The average bonuses companies in Romania pay to their employees may increase by 10% this year, as the competition for labor will continue to increase, according to local HR services company Smartree. Employers will also be looking for more unconventional methods to retain their teams, focusing on the non-financial options in the benefits packages, local
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The first plug-in hybrid locomotive manufactured in Romania was presented on Thursday, February 22, in the train station in Constanta. The locomotive was built under a project coordinated by local company Romania Euroest, with funds from the state budget. The total value of the project amounts to about RON 3.6 million (EUR 774,000), according to
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