Arhiva pentru data 09.03.2006

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1.What the media say: March 9, 2006 A picture of businessman Dinu Patriciu while shopping with sentenced businessman of Arab descent Omar Hayssam makes waves in Romanian media today. So does an invitation from House speaker Adrian Nastase that prosecutors drop by his house but only announced and with all their questions sent in advance. And when some newspapers analyze the hands that run the Lottery engine, one weekly analyzes the engine that make the Romanian economy run.
2.President Basescu stays firm: Romanian justice still corrupt Romanian President Traian Basescu reacted on Thursday to the accusations brought against him by over 1,000 Romanian judges, who claimed he exceeded his duties when he accused the Justice system of corruption.
3.Portugal ratifies Romania and Bulgaria accession treaty The Portuguese Parliament ratified Wednesday evening the accession treaty of Romania and Bulgaria to the EU. Portugal thus becomes the thirteenth country to ratify the treaty, after debates over the final form of a resolution in this regard concluded March 3.
4.Opposition to file simple motion against governmental economic policy The opposition Social Democrats (PSD) are planning to file a simple motion next week to criticize the fiscal and economic policies of the current government, the PSD president announced in a press conference on Thursday.
5.BSE: General declining trend on stock market, RRC returned A general declining trend dominated the stock market on Thursday.BET indexes closed down 3.2 % lower than yesterday. TLV closed down at 1.46 RON/ share (- 1.4 %.) BRD recorded a 9 per cent decline compared to the peak of this year, closing down today at 18.2 RON (-3.7%). Rompetrol Rafinare (RRC) returned to the Bucharest Stock Exchange on Friday after a day of suspension.
6.Report: Economic prospects for Romania good, but not that good in 2006 Romania will record a reasonable economic growth in 2006, with a 4.6% GDP boost and a lower account deficit, while the slowing economic pace and less productivity are the main source of concern, a new report says.
7.Romanian Savings House explains choice for money transfer company The Romanian Savings House (CEC) management explained Thursday why the bank had chosen the Transfer Rapid LLC to operate money transfers, following the media reactions regarding the launch of this service on Feb 22 in partnership with the American company.
8.Finance minister to change Romanian Lottery management The Shareholders Board of the Romanian Lottery was dismissed yesterday at the call of Finance minister Sebastian Vladescu. The move removed Nicolae Cristea from the position of Lottery CEO, which prompted him to resign as general manager of the institution - a position he's held for 13 years - as well. Vladescu's decision comes several days after he refused to remove Cristea from office, following media reports of huge irregularities at the Lottery, including shadowy businesses with deputy prime minister George Copos.
9.Romanian Govt making efforts to keep gas prices under control Romania asked the European Commission for a two year-postponement of the gas prices harmonization in the perspective of the country's accession to the EU. Deputy PM Gheorghe Pogea announced on Thursday that a schedule of the gas price evolution until 2008 will be made public by the end of April so that the companies adapt to the market’s needs.
10.Great performance for Rapid, dissapointing draw for Steaua Daniel Niculae and Mugurel Buga secured Rapid Bucharest's first-leg victory against Hamburger SV on own turf in the 8 of the UEFA Cup, while Steaua dissapointed 50,000 fans by making a null tie with Real Betis Balompié.
11.Decision postponed on appeal against preventive arrest in Rafo case The Bucharest Appeal Court will rule on Monday its decision regarding the appeal by the Romanian businessman Ovidiu Tender who challenged his preventive arrest verdict ruled March 3 by the Bucharest Tribunal.
12.Bucharest streets to turn into construction sites Asphalt improvements will unfold for eight Bucharest boulevards starting next Wednesday, provided temperatures permit workings, Radio Total broadcasts. The authorities ask the citizens to employ public transport instead of own cars in order not to interfere with the workings.
13.Proiect legislativ privind controlul averilor Ministrul Justitiei Monica Macovei sustine necesitatea unei noi legi privind controlul averilor demnitarilor, anunta BBC. Ea a prezentat miercuri, in cadrul unei dezbateri organizate de Asociatia Pro Democratia, argumente in favoarea acestui proiect legislativ.
14.Vladescu doreste schimbarea conducerii Loteriei Sebastian Vladescu, ministrul finantelor publice, a dat mandat de convocare a Adunarii Generale Extraordinare a Actionarilor (AGA) a Companiei Nationale Loteria Romana avand pe ordinea de zi revocarea membrilor Consiliului de Administratie, inclusiv a presedintelui CA, Nicolae Cristea, si numirea a noi membri.
15.Topul proprietarilor de hoteluri din Romania Cele mai importante 81 de unitati de cazare din turismul autohton sunt controlate de o mana de oameni de afaceri mai mult sau mai putin controversati. Dintre aceste hoteluri, 14 sunt clasificate la patru si cinci stele. Cum au reusit ei sa puna mana pe aceste portofolii fantastice?
16.Motoarele care imping economia Romaniei In articolul "Motoarele care imping economia Romaniei", ziaristii de la Capital fac o analiza a celor mai dinamice zece sectoare economice care au rulat numai anul trecut, 67 de miliarde de euro. Cu totii intram in contact cu ele, direct sau indirect, in fiecare zi.
17.Microsoft ataca iPod-ul rivalului Apple Sub numele de cod Origami, playerul dezvoltat de Microsoft se vrea si o consola mobila multimedia, potrivita pentru a rula jocuri, videoclipuri sau aplicatii, fiind astfel un competitor si pentru consolele mobile, precum PlayStation Portable (PSP), de la Sony, sau Zen Portable Media Center, al italienilor de la Creative.
18.Cosmote arunca cu minute in piata Ce poti face atunci cand intri ca jucator pe o piata pe care ceilalti marcheaza deja puncte importante? Sa joci agresiv. Chiar la intimidare. Ceea ce Cosmote, proaspatul operator intrat pe piata telecom romaneasca, face chiar de la lansarea sa, in decembrie anul trecut.
19.Studiu: Blocaj demografic si deficit de talente Deficitul de forta de munca, dar si de locuri de munca, pune angajatorii in fata unui paradox: cum sa gasesti oamenii potriviti, la momentul potrivit, in locul potrivit? Studiul intreprins de Manpower la nivel international releva ca 40% din angajatorii mondiali au probleme in acoperirea necesarului de personal.
20.Seful Loteriei, numit si controlat de finantistul PSD Loteria Nationala este auditata de trei ani de firma Omniaudit Consulting SRL, care apartine fostului ministru de Finante Florin Georgescu (PSD), cel care l-a instalat pe Nicolae Cristea, in 1993, la conducerea Loteriei, scrie Cotidianul. Elena Udrea spune ca directorul Loteriei era controlat de colegul sau de facultate, Forin Georgescu, scrie EVZ.
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