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Television' failure in elections
The local elections in Romania did away with the myth that you exist only if you are on the small screen, claiming politicians are lucky and successful only if on they are on TV, on the national stations in particular. Years on end it was thought that television made one decline or ascend in politics, that drew the public agenda, deciding what was good and bad. Those analysts good at everything and able to talk about everything would take their sap from...
Romania lost $ 1 billion because of personal interests
The Romanian gun industry missed a contact of almost $ 1 billion out of carelessness. The Iraqi military wanted to purchase helicopters and blinded carriers from Romania, but Romanian authorities' disinterest in the offer made them search for friendlier business in Serbia. The Iraqis didn't even manage to buy the 1,500 machine guns they wanted for their military police.
It was Romanian deputy Niculae Mircovici, member of the Defense...
Social-Democrats in Cluj ready to quit
-- The leaders of the PSD (Social-Democrat Party) branch in Cluj are said to be writing their resignations, according to official party sources. The locals are dissatisfied because of getting sanctioned last Friday, when the PSD Executive Committee members got together.
Therefore Ioan Rus, Vasile Dancu and Vasile Puscas will be holding a press conference today to settle their relations with the party and proceed to a "lucid analysis" of the state the...
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Sorin Oprescu's back
-- Bucharest inhabitants elected an independent candidate to be their general mayor, as they thought it would be a way to get rid of the City Hall's clientele. It is just that the latter isn't extinct, it is just changing the connections used for grabbing funds.
In today's edition you can read about the net of businessmen made while mayors Adriean Videanu and Traian Basescu were in power, a net to work with the new mayor Sorin Oprescu too, for he got financial...
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Romania gets to top of states good for business
Romania is number 40 in the 208 edition of the Forbes Top called The Best Countries for Business. It consists in a list of 121 states.
Romania is now rated much better than last year when it came number 60. According to the authors, the business world the country provides is more attractive than the one available in Turkey (no. 41), Croatia (no. 42), Bulgaria (no. 44), Greece (no. 53), Ukraine (no. 75) or the Moldovan Republic...
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