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1.What the newspapers say: March 20, 2006 Football and politics – the dreadful combination makes it to the front page in most Romanian newspapers today, following difficult negotiations to name a new speaker for the House of Deputies and the President’s "lobby" for football moguls, eased by the recent victories of two Romanian clubs in the UEFA Cup.
2.Liberal deputy Bogdan Olteanu voted House speaker The Liberal deputy Bogan Olteanu was voted speaker of the House of Deputies with 196 votes on Monday, taking a post previously held by Social-Democratic leader Adrian Nastase. Former minister for the relation with the Parliament, Olteanu (34) is amongst the youngest parliamentarians. With a member of the governing coalition appointing its own nominee for the position, Olteanu's victory was secured with the support of the opposition Great Romania Party.
3.Flood and landslide warnings in South and Central Romania A series of flood warnings have been issued across Romania over the last couple of days due to the thawing of snow in the first sunny days in weeks. Floods have already affected the districts of Mehedinti, Ialomita and Dolj in southern Romania, as well as Harghita at the core of the Romanian territory.
4.Share-based open funds fell 2.1% in February Share-based open funds registered a 2.1% drop in February this year, but have reported an average positive result of 5.6% since the beginning of the year, according to an analysis by the National Union of the Organization for Collective Investment – UNOPC.
5.Fresh real estate project in Pipera area A new real estate project for businesses has been launched in the Pipera in Bucharest’s northern outskirts. The Pipera Office Building is an A-classe building is an EUR 2 million investment due to be finalized in October 2006.
6.Quadrant Amroq to invest $18 million in Romania this year Quadrant Amroq Beverages – QAB, the authorized bottler and distributor of Pepsi, Prigat, Lipton Icea Tea and other drinks in Romania and the Moldovan Republic, will invest 17.6 million US dollars in Romania this year, with most of the money going to upgrade the current production lines, the company has announced.
7.Savings House sole major opportunity for OTP Hungary’s top bank OTP used to have five major targets for acquisitions across Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The Romanian Savings House remains its sole major opportunity in the region after OTP lost its case with the other four – one in Croatia, one in Serbia and two in Ukraine.
8.EUR 12 million real estate investment in north Bucharest Multinational company Kardan has announced it planned to expand its real estate operations in Bucharest and Belgrade through its subsidiary Globe Trade Centre S.A. to develop residential and commercial projects in the two cities, according to Dutch portal Euronext.
9.Democratic Party asks for Conservatives’ removal from government The Democratic Party would press its main partner in the governing coalition, the Liberal Party, to drop their partnership with the smaller Conservative Party in case the Liberal candidate for the top job in the House of Deputies gets enough votes for the post, an MP warned in a radio interview today.
10.Gallup survey: How Spain sees Romania A Gallup survey requested by the Romanian Agency for Governmental Strategies shows there is a confused perception of the Romanian products among Spanish consumers. The survey represents the first extensive evaluation of Romanian products abroad, a useful instrument for strengthening the Romanian presence on European markets.
11.ING Insurance's profit tops 391 million RON in 2005 ING Life insurance boasts profits of 391 mln RON in 2005, up 27.6 per cent compared to previous year, strengthening its leader position on the Romanian market of which it holds an estimated 37 per cent share. ING plans to offer support for the private pensions’ reform in Romania as the potential customers reach 5.6 million persons.
12.Bulgaria speeds agriculture reform Bulgaria is to quickly adopt a package of five laws regarding agriculture reform, in order to fulfill the EU accession criteria, writes a Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) commentary. Nine months before the accession scheduled date, Bulgaria still faces economic and social problems.
13.DIP, Mitrea si Hrebenciuc se pregatesc sa-si dea singuri demisia PSD continua macinarea interna. DIP, Mitrea si Hrebenciuc se pregatesc sa-si dea singuri demisia, incercind sa evite „modelul Nastase", demiterea fortata. Mircea Geoana promite marea cu sarea in timp ce Ion Iliescu s-a inviorat subit, devenind extrem de activ in partid.
14.Am scapat de Nastase si am ramas cu Copos Vicepremierul conservator, care nu declara venituri si e acuzat de evaziune, nu are ce sa caute intr-un guvern anticoruptie. Patronul grupului Ana a fost propulsat vicepremier de Partidul Conservator (Dan Voiculescu), in baza unui algoritm negociat intre partenerii coalitiei guvernamentale.
15.Presa despre negocierea sefiei Camerei Deputatilor Ministrul Bogdan Olteanu si-a dat demisia din guvern inainte ca puterea sa decida ca-l va sustine la conducerea Camerei, scrie EVZ. In schimbul votului, PC a primit Loteria, UDMR va obtine sprijin liberal pentru statutul minoritatilor, iar PD cere ministerul lui Olteanu, Monitorul Oficial sau Comisia Asigurarilor, scrie Cotidianul. Trocurile din Coalitie ameninta structura Guvernului, scrie Gandul.
16.Sclavi minori intr-un centru de plasament Proiectul "Casa de vis", prin care Primaria Sectorului 2 a lui Neculai Ontanu a "tocat" peste 12 miliarde de lei de la bugetul public, scoate la lumina o adevarata "puscarie a orfanilor". Cei 12 copii institutionalizati mutati in vila din comuna Pipera se plang ca sunt maltratati de "tatal social", Beniamin, si ca au regim de penitenciar.
17.Ce masini conduc miliardarii lumii? Unii dintre ei ar putea sa isi cumpere o tara. Multi dintre ei s-ar face de ras in Romania cu masinile lor. Au masini vechi si de 10 ani, unii conduc modele populare, altii au chiar si Matiz in garaj. Unii nu stiu sa conduca prea bine, iar altii au avut nevoie de o vorba buna de la presedintele SUA ca sa isi scoata masina in legalitate pe strada.
18.150.000 de dolari pentru mituirea PSD Omul de afaceri Paul Opris recunoaste intr-un autodenunt ca a incercat sa dea mita peste 150.000 de dolari "partidului" si unor magistrati prin diferiti intermediari. Scopul: promovarea unui recurs in anulare pentru recuperarea unui imobil din zona Guvernului.
19.Razboiul Culcer-Turcescu continua Ceremonia decernarii Premiilor Clubului Roman de Presa a mustit de intepaturi politice si profesionale. Chiar daca Robert Turcescu a declarat in urma cu o saptamana ca nu il mai intereseaza "razboiul Rodicai Culcer", nu a scapat ocazia de a inscrie inca un punct in disputa cu fosta lui sefa de la Europa Fm.
20.Monica Dascalu se marita cu prietenul lui Chivu Monica Dascalu a acceptat sa se casatoreasca cu omul de afaceri Marius Kalmar, mare admirator al lui Mutu si bun prieten cu Cristi Chivu. Vedeta ProTV si actualul ei iubit par a nu tine cont de speculatiile facute anul trecut despre idila Monicai cu Adrian Mutu, scrie revista X Magazin.
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