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1.What the newspapers say: April 13, 2006 It’s all about the money today, as this seems to be the recurrent motif of the press on Thursday. International tennis player Ilie Nastase receives a 6 ha public property from PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu, while former PM Adrian Nastase’s bank accounts are searched thoroughly. Romanians seem not to handle money very well; only one in five manages to save some money monthly. Big money loss is reported in the Army, due to bad money management, whereas former Securitate collaborators’ files are, allegedly, better "managed" by the Council of Security and Defense of the Country, run by president Traian Basescu. The Danube knocks at the Iron Gates dam, and threatens to burst all in.
2.BCR boasts 100 currency exchange machines The Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR) is the first bank in Romania that has a network of 100 currency exchange machines (ASV) throughout the country. The first ASV was installed in July 2004 and since then customers exchanged the equivalent of 160 million Euros. 25 per cent of the ASVs are in Bucharest.
3.Rising Danube sets new record of 15,000cm/s in Romania The Danube’s flow at the entrance into Romania reached 15,200 cm/s, a new record within the last hundred years. For Sunday the forecast announces 15,500 cm/s. Authorities say the damn can resist to levels of 16,000 – 22,000 cm/s and ensure the population that are ready to intervene whenever the case.
4.Senate votes VAT cut for food products The Senate approved the Conservative Party’s proposal of reducing the VAT from 19 to 9 per cent for food products, as a result of votes from Democratic, Conservative, Social Democratic and Greater Romania MPs. However, the vote sparked criticism from the Liberals who accused the Democrats of betraying the coalition government.
5.New residence areas in Bucharest New residence areas of blocks of flats fully equipped for a class A comfort are on the agenda of the real estate companies activating in Bucharest. Projects such as West Park in Bucharest are aimed for the middle class, whereas the high class will benefit from projects like the Baneasa Residence.
6.Romania needs to help Bulgaria for EU accession Guido Podesta, the chairman of the joint Romania – EU parliamentarian group within the European Parliament, said he could guarantee Romania’s accession to the EU on January 1, 2007, but Bulgaria needs to be offered some help from Romania.
7.Proprietatea Fund revisited The purpose of the Fund is to create something of value that will constitute a "just and equitable" compensation to claimants whose successful property restitution claims under Laws Nos. 10 or 247 cannot be satisfied with an in-kind return of that property. The Fund has been set up as a "closed-end" financial investment company which issues shares in settlement of these claims.
8.Supreme Defense Council to discuss Romania’s security strategy The Supreme Defense Council of Romania – CSAT will hold a meeting on Monday, April 17 to discuss the national security strategy of the country as well as the 2005 activity reports of the CSAT and the Defense Ministry, according to a Presidency press release.
9.Ford doubles sales in Romania in Q1 2006 Ford sales on the Romanian market in March 2006 reached 1210 units, equal to the volume sold overall in the first quarter of 2005 and up 127% compared to March last year, a press release of Romcar, the Ford representative in Romania, says.
10.Maverick Bucharest district mayor becomes PSD leader for Romanian capital The Bucharest branch of the opposition Social Democratic Party (PSD) elected the controversial Social Democratic (PSD) mayor of Bucharest District 5, Marian Vanghelie, to be its interim executive president on Thursday. According to party officials, Vanghelie was chosen for the position with a large majority and apparently despite the opposition of ex-party leader and former head of state Ion Iliescu.
11.Greii softului mondial si-au amplasat cinci baze IT in Romania Bucurestiul continua sa atraga cele mai mari investitii din sectorul IT romanesc. Din datele Asociatiei Patronale a Industriei de Software si Servicii (ANIS), intr-un Top 5 al oraselor care "invart" cei mai multi bani in acest domeniu, dupa Capitala, se situeaza in ordine Timisoara, Cluj, Iasi si Brasov.
12.Cele mai "tari" fraude pe bani de la Uniunea Europeana Sase milioane de euro – un centru de afaceri, doua milioane – un drum judetean. Cum banii sunt nerambursabili, functionarii publici si intreprinzatorii au cedat tentatiei de a "ciupi" din ei sume importante.
13.Polul comercial se duce si in nord Puzzle-ul celebrului cartier Baneasa prinde contur prin finalizarea a inca cel putin patru piese. Acestea aduc investitii de peste 60 de milioane de euro. Toate numele sonore care au investit in magazine de mare suprafata in Romania isi deschid unitati si in cele 224 de hectare ale afacerii lui Gabriel Popoviciu si Radu Dimofte.
14.Cele mai scumpe instrumente muzicale Au devenit renumite dupa moartea unor manufacturieri celebri sau a unor interpreti. Multe nu se mai fabrica de cateva secole. Costa cat o casa cu etaj in buricul targului si se lasa mostenire cu limba de moarte. Sau... se vand la licitatii cu bani grei.
15.Hyundai Sonata, cel mai bun Sedan de familie MotorWeek, cea mai populara emisiune auto din America, a declarat Hyundai Sonata ca cel mai bun Sedan de familie, in cadrul premiilor "Alegerea soferilor", editia 2006. Sonata a depasit celelalte autovehicule din clasa sa combinand performanta, siguranta si confortul intr-un pachet atractiv si accesibil pentru orice familie.
16.Radiografie Logan la limita garantiei Peste 700.000 de autoturisme Dacia Logan vor fi produse pe plan mondial pina la sfirsitul anului 2007, dintre care 300.000 vor fi vindute in Romania. „Cotidianul" va prezinta cele mai importante evenimente care au marcat evolutia modelului Logan atit din plan intern, cit si din cel extern, de la inceperea productiei si pina acum.
17.De ce vrea ministrul Hardau sa acorde usor titluri universitare? Daca fostul ministru inasprise criteriile pentru acordarea titlurilor universitare, Hardau numeste profesorii si conferentiarii pe baza articolelor publicate in Romania, si nu in strainatate, in reviste de renume, asa cum procedeaza celelalte tari. De ce? Fiindca altfel nici el nu ar indeplini criteriile cerute.
18.Ucraina, acord cu NATO pentru granita romaneasca Ucraina s-a obligat in fata Aliantei Nord-Atlantice sa incheie in anul acesta negocierile cu Romania privind delimitarea platoului continental si a zonelor economice exclusive din Marea Neagra.
19.CSAT a clasificat dosare de politicieni Dosarele unor politicieni au fost secretizate, incepand din decembrie 1999, de catre Consiliul Suprem de Aparare a Tarii (CSAT), afirma secretarul Comisiei SRI, Ion Stan (PSD). Aceste secretizari s-ar fi produs in numele sigurantei nationale.
20.Ilie Nastase, lovitura de 50.000.000 euro Guvernul Tariceanu i-a concesionat lui Ilie Nastase, pentru o perioada de 60 de ani, 64.000 de metri patrati in nordul Bucurestiului. Nu se intampla prea des ca statul sa dea un teren in valoare de 50 de milioane de euro unei persoane, fie ea si una juridica.
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