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1.What the newspapers say: May 11, 2006 The front pages of the Wednesday dailies write about the report published by NYTimes on the severe conditions of the handicapped children institutionalized in Romanian orphanages. The newspapers show concern for government Tariceanu’s faith and the PM’s relations with president Basescu, who will receive a lot of visits in his Vienna hospital room, but will he want to see Tariceanu as well? Another success of the Romanian justice system takes the first page of the press today. The DNA prosecutors managed to bring to court the first Romanian senator Serban Mihailescu, aka Miki "Spaga" (Bribe).
2."Europe pushes us in the uncertainty zone. What to do?" The Romanian Academic Society (SAR) published on Wednesday a warning report about the external factors that might have influenced to a greater extent the possible delay of a certain date for Romania’s accession to the EU. SAR also makes six proposals to remedy the situation.
3.Loan from CoE for sheltering Romanian homeless children The Council of Europe will grant 3.3 mln Euros for the project "Initiative for the children of the street," following the endorsement by the Government on May 10 of the Romania’s Loan Accord of the funds from the Development Bank of CoE. The project will create 20 shelters for homeless children and will train 150 social assistants in preventing and eradicating drugs dependence.
4.Good recovery for Romanian president, doctors say The health condition of the Romanian president Traian Basescu is improving and the recovery process is very fast following the hernia surgery undergone in Vienna, the Austrian physicians stated on Thursday. They say the president has no pains and takes no pain killers, is fully determined to get well and works too much. Traian Basescu signed 19 decrees, out of which 14 laws were endorsed, Romanian Presidency spokeswomen said.
5.EU might restrict aid for Romania and Bulgaria, draft report shows A draft European Commission report that circulated among Commission officials on Thursday did not contain a date recommendation on whether Romania and Bulgaria should join the EU in 2007 or 2008, according to Reuters which managed to obtain the document. The draft writes that even if the two countries join the bloc on time, they will not enjoy the full financial aid from the EU because key reforms have yet to be completed.
6.Baroness Emma Nicholson defends Romania on child protection The former European Parliament rapporteur for Romania believes a recent report claiming major abuses among institutionalized children in Romania contains major errors despite that Romania still needs much to do to reach satisfactory progress in this regard.
7.Romania will have to absorb 9 mln euro daily in 2007-1009 Should Romania join the European Union on January 1, 2007, authorities in Bucharest will have to spend 9 million euro from EU funds daily for a period of two years, the head of the European Commission Delegation here, Jonathan Scheele, said on Thursday. Romania will receive 28 million euro following the accession and will have to spend the money by 2015.
8.Poll, Juncker interview: Hopes renewed for Romania, Bulgaria accession in 2007 Romania and Bulgaria have a 70% chance to join the European Union in January 2007, according to a Reuters poll among representatives of European academic and financial institutions published today. The news comes as Luxembourg prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker said Romania and Bulgaria would join the EU on the scheduled date of January 1, 2007.
9.Huge interest for Mobexpert stake Four investment funds expressed interes in buying a participation in the Romanian furniture company Mobexpert, according to Camelia Sucu, who holds a 40% stake in the company, may receive up to 40 million euro for the package.
10.Micro-firms to pay 16% tax starting January 2007 Romanian micro-firms will pay a profit tax of 16% starting January 1, 2007, compared to the current 3%, Romanian Finance minister Sebastian Vladescu said during a talk-show on the Antena 3 TV station on Thursday. He said the move was meant to bring small and medium enterprises in line with the fiscal regime applied to other companies.
11.US citizens to stay free in Rompetrol inquiry The Bucharest Tribunal decided on Thursday that US citizens Philip Stephenson and Colin Hart, both involved in an organized crime case related to Romania’s second biggest oil group Rompetrol, remain at large during the investigation. The court thus rejected a prosecutors’ request to arrest the two preventively as unfounded.
12.Anti-corruption offensive turns on former deputy Prosecutors of the Romanian National Anti-Corruption Department (DNA) ordered Vasile Savu, the leader of a miners’ trade union and a former deputy, be charged with fraud amounting to 1 billion Romanian lei on Thursday. The case will be judged at a Bucharest court.
13.Austria ratifies Romania accession treaty The Austrian Parliament voted in favor of the accession treaties of Romania and Bulgaria to the EU on Thursday. The Romanian Foreign Ministry welcomed the move in a press release, saying the Austrian decision sends "a strong political signal in favor of Romania’s EU accession on January 1, 2007, several days before the expected European Commission monitoring report" in this regard. The law on the Austrian ratification of the Treaty will apply once it will be signed by the Austrian President.
14.Savings House announces first credit card, 12.6 mln RON profit The Romanian Savings House (CEC) launches its first credit card on Thursday. The MasterCard card will be usable both on Romanian territory and abroad, for electronic payments and ATM/EPOS operations.
15.Autostrada Transilvania Autostrada Transilvania este un proiect extrem de important atat pentru Transilvania cat si pentru intreaga tara. Intrebare mea ar fi ca dumneavoastra, ca primar al Clujului si ca presedinte al celui mai puternic partid din tara, PD, nu puteti face nimic ca lucrarile sa se inceapa odata. Si asa sunt in intarziare de cel putin un
16.Mafia terenurilor: reteaua Pandele - Pipera Prin acte false, retrocedari grabite si intermediari de carton, peste doua milioane de euro au plecat de la Impact SA catre zona de interese a primarului PSD din Voluntari, Florentin Pandele. Impact a dobandit sapte hectare de teren pe care acum sunt ridicate zeci de vile, grupate in cartierul "Azur".
17.Secretele lobby-ului pentru Romania in SUA Romania a cheltuit, in perioada 1997-2005, mai mult de trei milioane de dolari pe contracte cu firme de lobby, pentru a-si imbunatati imaginea in SUA, pentru a face mediul de afaceri roman cunoscut si pentru a atrage mai multi turisti. Aderarea la NATO a fost una dintre prioritatile politicii externe ale Romaniei.
18.Teren de casa cu 8.000 de euro in jurul Bucurestiului Cine si-ar imagina ca se mai poate cumpara in apropierea Bucurestiului un teren de casa cu 8.000 de euro? Ei bine, se poate, si terenul respectiv are si toate facilitatile necesare unei zone rezidentiale. In jurul Capitalei, a crescut oferta de loturi cu suprafete intre 250 si 350 mp.
19.Inchirierea si concesionarea imobilelor sunt scutite de TVA Daca societatea are in proprietate doua imobile, se poate ca unul dintre ele sa fie inchiriat si facturat cu taxa pe valoare adaugata, iar celalat fara? Cum se procedeaza? Activitatea de subinchiriere a bunurilor imobile este operatiune scutita fara drept de deducere?
20.Sarbu a cumparat 60% din "Gandul" Acordul incheiat intre cei cinci actionari ai SC Crucisatorul, editorul „Gandul", si PubliMedia International, compania de publishing a MediaPRO, prevede ca trustul lui Adrian Sirbu va asigura managementul publicatiei, fiind actionar majoritar, cu 60%, in timp ce politica editoriala este responsabilitatea lui Cristian Tudor Popescu.
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