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The auction started by the Bucharest City Hall for the purchase of 400 new buses was put on hold and will be automatically canceled because no company was registered by August 16, the deadline for submitting bids, reports local Hotnews.ro. The Bucharest City Hall opened the bid to buy 400 buses for the city’s public
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Romanian state-owned coal-based energy group Complexul Energetic Oltenia recorded a net profit of over RON 307.2 million (EUR 67.2 million) in the first six months of the year. By comparison, the group saw a loss of RON 138.2 million (EUR 30.2 million) during the same period last year. The turnover of CE Oltenia went up
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Companies in Romania will be able to receive a maximum grant of RON 450,000 (EUR 100,000) within the micro-industry program that will launch next Monday, on August 21. The program’s budget amounts to almost RON 75 million (EUR 16.4 million) this year, said yesterday the business environment minister Ilan Laufer, reports local Capital.ro. Companies applying
The Traffic Police has compiled a list of the most dangerous intersections and streets of Bucharest, based on the number of road accidents that occurred in these areas, and their severity. Almost 490 serious road accidents occurred in Bucharest in 2016, with over 440 people being injured and 66 losing their lives. According to the
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An exhibition of torture techniques, which aims to show tourists another side of the life of 500 years ago, was opened in the brick basement of the Archeology Museum located within the Corvinilor Castle complex in Hunedoara county, in Western Romania. The exhibition features replicas of torture devices such as the Judas Cradle, the Iron
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The average annual growth rate of Romania’s diaspora population was of 7.3% between 2005 and 2015, according to the United Nations’ 2015 International Migration Report. This is one of the fastest yearly growth rates in the world. It is below the 13.1% yearly growth rate of the diaspora of the Syrian Arab Republic, but above
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People on a beach in Romania’s Eforie Nord seaside resort formed a human chain to save two sisters from drowning. A man took his two daughters to the beach on Wednesday, August 16. At one moment, all three of them entered the water, but the two daughters couldn’t get back to the beach because of
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Canada will send four CF-188 Hornet fighter aircraft to Romania in early September, as part of a Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) air task force to augment NATO and Romanian aircraft patrolling the country’s airspace, reports Skiesmag.com. Moreover, the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) will send around 135 military personnel to the Romanian seaside city of Constanta, for
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Trubaduro, a new entertainment hub in Bucharest, has added murder mystery dinners to its offer, which includes escape rooms, board games, theater plays and themed parties. Called Dinner with murder, the one-hour game is based on a script offering each participant a role, a mission and a secret. At least six participants are needed for
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Most Romanians are using the Internet to get on social networks, with a much lower share going online to use banking services. Almost two-thirds (74%) of the Romanians aged between 16 and 74 who used the Internet last year went online to get on social networks, according to a research conducted by Perceptum marketing agency,
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