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  • Most competitive region in Romania is Bucharest-Ilfov

    The most competitive region in Romania is Bucharest-Ilfov and is followed by the West, North-West and Centre regions whereas at the opposite end there is the South-East region, followed by the South-West, North-East and South-Muntenia regions, reads the report 'Romania and the Lisbon Agenda,' which was drawn up by the Group of Applied Economics…

  • Richest Romanians' wealth makes up 27 pct of GDP

    Over 33 billion dollars is shared among 300 people. This is, in short, the Top-300 most wealthiest Romanians. The total value of the wealth in the 2006 rankings is 33 billion dollars, meaning 27 percent of the Romanian gross domestic product. Spectacular growth of the wealth was seen by those who conducted real estate businesses.…

  • Bird flu - H5N1 strain killed 15 hens in Southeast Romania, other 80 were culled

    Authorities confirmed a new bird flu outbreak in the Danube Delta small village of Murighiol, Southeast Romania, announced measures to secure the area without restricting access. The head of the sanitary veterinary body ANSVA told Murighiol was secured after the H5N1 strain, which can affect people as well, was discovered in a villager's small farm…

  • Winter holidays boost businesses

    Total sales on the retail, household appliance, tourism, low-cost flight, and delivery markets are expected at 2 billion in December, based on significant increases during the winter holidays. Major hypermarket chains operating in Romania are forecasting sales to surge by at least 50 percent (528 mln) in December compared…

  • First registration car tax: Brussels sends final warning

    The European Commission has sent a final warning to the Romanian authorities regarding the first registration car tax, before taking the country to European Court of Justice. Romania has only have two more months to change the legislation regarding the vehicle registration tax.…

  • Man killed after LG phone explosion

    An exploding mobile phone battery apparently killed a South Korean man in the first such known case in this gadget-obsessed country, police say. The man, identified only by his family name Suh, was found dead at his workplace in a quarry Wednesday morning and his mobile phone battery was melted in his shirt pocket, a police official in Cheongwon…

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