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1.What the newspapers say: March 8, 2006 The Romanian media today is outraged with the result of a vote in the House of Deputies to reject a request to search the properties of House speaker Adrian Nastase. Another source of outrage is, in one case, a US-Romanian deal allowing US troops to use military bases here. And newspapers report of Romanian magistrates’ persisting anger with President Basescu, while others feel unconfortable with the how EU money has been used across the country.
2.Romanian state might claim Rompetrol Rafinare back Romanian prosecutors say capital boosts and investments in the Petromidia refinery, currently known as Rompetrol Rafinare – a part of the Rompetrol group, were done using other money than that presented when the plant was bought from the state years ago. If confirmed, a clause in the contract that transferred Petromidia from state to private hands may be invoked to allow the state take back the refinery.
3.Authority blocks accounts of over 1,000 debted companies The Romanian Authority for State Assets Recovery (AVAS) has blocked the accounts of 1,195 companies with accumulated debts to the state of 11 million RON and 19,5 million USD.
4.International inquiries against BiH debt and energy trading by companies
linked to Romanian moguls
British, US and Balkan authorities are investigating how a British-based company active throughout the region, including Romania, has accumulated "one of the biggest fortunes in Eastern Europe", according to the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIN), quoted in the March 7 issue of Bosnia Daily.
5.Rompetrol head blames Romanian president for levy on shares Following the levy set on 25 percent of the Rompetrol Rafinare (RRC) shares, the company’s chairman Dinu Patriciu stated on Wednesday that the whole trial is an abuse and a political show staged by the Romanian president Traian Basescu. Patriciu warned that if the abuses do not stop he will shut down the company, whose annual contribution to the state’s budget of 800 mln US dollars makes up 7 per cent of the GDP. The General Prosecutor’s Office explained Wednesday the decision to levy Rompetrol shares as based on the gravity of the accusations brought to the managers of the company. Transaction of RRC shares was halted Wednesday morning.
6.Two major residential projects announced in Bucharest Two real estate companies have announced the launch of different residential projects in Bucharest. One of them targets an area close to the Parliamentary Palace downtown and the second focuses on ample buildings up the Dambovita river, in the Semanatoarea district.
7.Romania and Russia draw 3% of real estates investment on CEE market Investments on real estate market in 2005 reached 5.8 bln euros in Central and Eastern Europe, up 39 per cent compared to the previous year, according to a Richard Ellis survey. Since 1998 this regions attracted 15 bln euros. Russia and Romania drew 3 per cent of investments since 1998 and Bulgaria only 1 per cent. The survey underlines the importance of these markets as reckoned to become most active.
8.House speaker open to give prosecutors a hand in investigation The speaker of the Romanian House of Deputies Adrian Nastase has requested the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) a list comprising all goods needed for the investigation in the Zambaccian case, for which a house search request was issued. He promised to give the prosecutors full access to these items.
9.Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR) and UniCredit Romania post good 2005 profits Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR) posted profits of 200 mln Euros in 2005, up 15.5 per cent compared to the previous year, whereas Unicredit Romania recorded a net profit of 1.24 mln Euros last year, up 48 per cent than in 2004.
10.Disputa intre un avocat si un politist Un avocat nu opreste cu masina la semnul STOP si este tras pe dreapta de un politist. Dupa cum se stie, avocatul este un tip arogant, care se crede mult mai destept decat altii, asa ca omul nostru decide sa faca putin mishto de politist...
11.133.900 de euro pe luna, cel mai mare salariu platit unui roman din Romania In 2004, cel mai mare salariu net a fost de 65 de miliarde de lei vechi pe luna, potrivit Fiscului. Omul, a carui identitate nu poate fi cunoscuta, este, cel mai probabil, manager si nu este bancher.
12.1.200 de apartamente in loc de Semanatoarea Vechile intreprinderi din Capitala se dovedesc mai valoroase decit se credea. Daca pina acum erau considerate gauri negre, acum acestea se dovedesc o buna afacere imobiliara. Cel mai bun exemplu il constituie Semanatoarea. In locul fabricii se va construi un ansamblu comercial si rezidential de 700 de milioane de euro.
13.Austriecii pornesc ofensiva pe piata asigurarilor Dupa cucerirea pietei petrolului si a celei bancare, ofensiva austriaca se muta pe piata asigurarilor. Deja trei companii de asigurari din aceasta tara – Grawe, Wiener Staeditsche si Uniqa – au achizitionat opt asiguratori de pe piata romaneasca.
14.Bani europeni in comuna lui Nastase Platile unui program SAPARD, prin care in comuna prahoveana s-a modernizat au fost supervizate si aprobate de Dorina Comsa, fosta sefa a Biroului SAPARD Targoviste. Sotul acesteia, Valentin Comsa, este administratorul fermei lui Nastase, dar si cel caruia fostul premier PSD i-a vandut o bucata de pamant chiar in Cornu.
15.Guvernul nu mai vrea "Dracula Park" Cabinetul Tariceanu vrea sa renunte la proiectul "Dracula Park", initiat de fostul guvern si in care au investit bani cei peste 15.000 de actionari care au participat la subscriptia publica, inclusiv ex-premierul Adrian Nastase.
16.Cum gasesc un "inger-investitor"? Ca sa faci bani, iti trebuie bani. Ai venit cu o idee care poate schimba lumea sau cel putin industria de profil. Ai un plan de afaceri. Poate ca deja ai scris un nou software sau ai un prototip gata construit. Tot ce iti mai trebuie acum sunt acel cateva mii de "verzisori" sau cateva zeci de mii de "verzisori" pentru a pune afacerea pe picioare.
17.Fiica Madonei: "Mami, tu esti lesbiana?" Madonna a povestit ca fiica ei, Lourdes , s-a speriat foarte tare cand a vazut-o sarutandu-se cu Britney Spears. "Mami, tu esti lesbiana?", a intrebat-o fetita pe solista. Singura explicatie valabila a vedetei a fost ca i-a transmis lui Britney energie prin acel sarut.
18.Batrane jefuite in numele Andreei Marin Politistii bucuresteni cauta un grup de escroci, care au reusit sa obtina sute de milioane de lei de la mai multe batrane pe care le-au convins ca lucreaza la "Surprize, surprize". Infractorii abordeaza pe strada femei trecute de 70 de ani, recomandandu-se politicos drept angajati ai TVR, colaboratori ai emisiunii Andreei Marin.
19.Procurorii sustin ca statul poate lua inapoi Petromidia. Rompetrol nu comenteaza Procurorii sustin ca majorarile de capital si investitiile de la Petromidia au facut facute din alti bani decat cei cu care a venit cumparatorul. In aceste conditii contractul poate fi reziliat si statul poate lua rafinaria inapoi. Jocurile de interese se ascut.
20.Topul celor care risca sa fie asasinati Istoria arata ca asasinarea unor importanti lideri politici a dus la tulburari in masa si destabilizare sociala, scrie publicatia americana "Foreign Policy", care a incercat, in ultimul sau numar, sa identifice sefii de stat sau personalitatile marcante ale momentului care, din cauza politicii lor, si-au sporit riscul de a fi potentiale tinte.
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