Nr. 4315 de miercuri, 20 august 2008
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Olympic Games for trade
Olympic Games are like democracy. They are talked about every four years and each time we hear the same vain piety, the same slogans and infantile stereotypes no one trust any more, but which everyone takes seriously. This is so because it seems to us a part of tradition and we think it would be rude and immoral to disregard it.
The poor Baron Pierre de Coubertin, who at the end of the 19th century had the noble and decent idea to revive the Antiquity's Olympic...
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Romania warned about Black Sea frozen conflicts
Romania's foreign minister Lazar Comanescu mentioned in yesterday's North Atlantic Council reunion that his country would continue to support Georgia's Euro-Atlantic aspirations, in keeping with the decisions reached during the NATO summit in Bucharest. The information comes from a press release authored by the Romania Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
According to the document, the Romanian official expressed Romania' special concern...
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Ukraine changes its mind about Bastroe
Kiev officials asked yesterday for more consultations on the Bastroe issue, suggesting they should take place in the Ukrainian capital city by mid September. A spokesman for the Ukrainian government told Reuters last Monday that they had got no knowledge about a decision by which Kiev had revoked in August 11 a decision on the start of the second phase in the building of the Bastroe canal.
The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs told...
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Adrian Nastase: Let Basescu resign!
Social-Democrat Adrian Nastase, formerly a Romanian PM, put it straight last Monday evening that he wasn't resigning as MP, for this would mean he admitted the "dirt" he had been thrown in in the last years. And he claimed that Traian Basescu, the President of Romania, should resign instead.
The ex PM commented: "Why resign? Let Traian Basescu resign, for he has got absolute immunity. Even if he drives drunk, which may happen to him, even...
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Romanians earn 2, 2 Euro per hour
Although a Romanian working for a private company earns 2, 2 Euro per hour on an average, Romania continues to be attractive to foreign investors. Although manpower costs have been significantly increasing lately, Romania is still one of the cheapest destinations for investments as far as wages costs are concerned. It is only Bulgaria that is even cheaper, as the average earnings of a Bulgarian is 1, 2 Euro per hour. The information comes from...
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