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1.What the newspapers say: February 28, 2006 Oil, politics and money keep the front pages of Romanian newspapers again on Tuesday. When polls show diminishing trust among Romanians for their top politicians, the media focuses on how leaders in the business and political fields managed to make fortunes. And the muted reverberation the Winter Olympics had in Romania gets a bit louder – and critical to Romanian sports.
2.12% recovery for Rompetrol stocks Rompetrol stocks registered a significant boost in the first hours on Tuesday after two days of suspension, according to news agencies. The suspention had been requested based on Bucharest Stock Exchange rules when Rompetrol fell dramatically following expectations its boss Dinu Patriciu might be arrested.
3.Romanian pork consumption lures international producers German meat producer Reinert will open a factory in Romania by the end of 2006, according to CEE-foodindustry.com. The German company hopes to double its production capacity in Romania by 2007.
4.Logan Break unveiled in Geneva show Romanian car maker Dacia unveiled its new Dacia Logan Break model at the Genera Auto Salon on Tuesday. The car will be put on sale in Romania in october this year and will sell in 5- and 7-seat models. As the launch will occur in October, Dacia would not hope to sell more than several thousand Logan Break cars before the end of the year.
5.Anti-graft prosecutors search controversial aunt’s house Romanian anti-corruption prosecutors searched Tuesday morning a villa in downtown Bucharest that belonged to Tamara Cernasov, the deceased aunt of Dana Nastase, wife to ex-PM Adrian Nastase. The hause, close to the French Embassy in the Romanian capital, was listed as a target for possible searches by prosecutors in their high profile graft case against the Nastases.
6.Snow storm hits Bucharest, much of Romania Heavy snow storms paralyzed Romania and its capital Bucharest on Tuesday. Bad weather warnings said the snow falls started at noon and would not slow down in much of the country before March 1 in the evening. In Bucharest, deputy mayor Razvan Murgeanu told Hotnews.ro machines would not be sent to the streets to clean up the snow and ease traffic james unless the wind stopped.
7.Renewed warning for Romanian football clubs A top fiscal authority warned Romanian football clubs to pay their dues to the state budget, claiming they failed to do so despite repeated requests in this regard and were threatened they would have their assets blocked.
8.President challenges law on statute of MPs at Constitutional Court Romanian President Traian Basescu submitted a complaint at the Constitutional Court on Tuesday against law on the statute of parliamentarians, claiming it was unconstitutional as long as it guarantees certain "excessive" privileges to current and former MPs.
9.Finance ministry justifies Lottery director's high wage The Romanian Finance Ministry announced Tuesday that the Romanian Lottery’s director Nicolae Cristea earned 5.13 bln ROL last year ($18 mln), in salaries of almost 417,000 ROL justified by the Lottery’s good performances, writes a Ministry press release. Nicolae Cristea and deputy PM George Copos are accused of tax evasion amounting to some 40 billion ROL ($ 1,33 million).
10.McDonald’s likely to be dragged into lawsuits McDonald’s failed to provide ingredient information regarding its products, the French fries in particular, annoying customers and exposing itself to what might turn into a long series of trials.
11.Liderii pietei asigurarilor sunt determinati de banci Miscari spectaculoase pe piata asigurarilor in 2005: in asigurari generale, Asiban a urcat de pe locul opt in 2004 pe locul patru anul trecut, iar pe piata asigurarilor de viata ING a ramas lider. Cel mai mult au urcat companiile de asigurari care au bune relatii cu bancile sau sunt chiar detinute de banci.
12.HVB cauta si clienti cu cifra de afaceri sub 2,5 mil. euro HVB Bank mizeaza pe pachete de produse si servicii pentru a atrage printre clientii sai si companiile cu cifre de afaceri anuale de pana la 2,5 mil. euro, dupa ce pana nu demult s-a concentrat pe companiile mari si medii.
13.Inca 300 de vile in Tunari Grupul South Pacific din Australia va construi aproximativ 500 de locuinte in localitatea Tunari, printr-o investitie in valoare de aproximativ 70 de milioane de euro.
14.Statutul Minoritatilor Nationale nemultumeste UDMR
15.Magarul criminal Un tanar fermier scotian se insoara cu o fata din satul vecin. Dupa nunta la care s-au servit traditional doar produsele fermei, spre aprobarea admirativa a invitatilor, tanara pereche isi petrece luna de miere timp de o saptamana intr-un cort asezat pe malul raului care traversa ferma si se intoarce la munca de zi cu zi.
16.Reteta averii in PSD Anchetele declansate asupra modului in care fosti demnitari PSD si-au constituit averile tradeaza un mecanism aparent inocent daca nu s-ar fi repetat de atitea ori. Fiecare dintre ei a facut tranzactii personale cu membri PSD sau cu prieteni apropiati, in care acestia din urma aparent au iesit in pierdere.
17.Investitiile in birouri si depozite se amortizeaza cel mai rapid Cine vrea sa scoata bani in urmatorii ani din case sI terenuri trebuie sa investeasca doar in anumite segmente din domeniul imobiliar. Un studiu realizat de Camera de Comert Imobiliar din Romania pariaza pe investitiile in spatii de birouri, hale industriale si apartamente de lux.
18.Mesaje codificate intre Patriciu, Stephenson si Pantis, pentru manipularea bursei Stabilirea si mentinerea artificiala a pretului actiunilor Rompetrol inca din prima zi de tranzactionare la bursa, aceasta este prima acuzatie adusa de procurori in dosarul Rompetrol, scrie Gandul. Pentru prieteni, Dinu Patriciu a vandut ieftin si a rascumparat scump, scrie Romania Libera. Judecatoarea lui Patriciu: tot mai multe coincidente, scrie EVZ.
19."Codul lui Da Vinci" este un plagiat? Editura care a publicat "Codul lui Da Vinci", roman care s-a bucurat de un important succes international, este data in judecata la Londra pentru presupus plagiat. Doi scriitori a caror lucrare a fost publicata in 1982 sustin ca povestea lui Dan Brown s-a inspirat din teoriile expuse in cartea lor.
20.Seres da bani pe sest ziarului lui Voiculescu Publicitatea de partid si de stat, celebra pe vremea PSD, a revenit cu forte proaspete in presa. Nuclearelectrica SA, societate aflata in subordinea Ministerului Economiei si Comertului, a platit o jumatate de pagina de laude in editia de ieri a "Jurnalului National", constata principalul sau concurentul sau din piata cotidianelor centrale, "Ev. Zilei".
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