Arhiva pentru data 08.06.2006


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1.George Bush: este o victorie impotriva terorismului Presedintele american George Bush a declarat ca moartea lui Zarqawi reprezinta o grea lovitura pentru al-Qaida si o victorie in razboiul global impotriva terorismului.
2.Patriciu vrea listarea Rompetrol la Bursa de la Londra DowJonesNews.com il citeaza pe presedintele Rompetrol, Dinu Patriciu, care sustine ca listarea la Bursa de Valori londoneza a companiei este un tel stabilit pentru anul 2008. Patriciu a mentionat ca planurile Rompetrol nu s-au schimbat, desi anchetele asupra conducerii au provocat "pierderi de sute de milioane de dolari".
3.Au fost vandute peste 150 de apartamente in cadrul complexului rezidential Planorama Compania Euro Habitat, dezvoltatorul proiectului rezidential Planorama din Bucuresti, complex situat in cartierul Doamna Ghica, a anuntat joi ca de la inceputul anului 2006, cand a fost initiata constructia primului bloc din complexul de patru cladiri si pana in prezent a vandut peste 150 de apartamente. Reprezentantii Neocasa, agentul imobiliar al proiectului au declarat pentru HotNews.ro ca valoarea investitiei Euro Habitat este de aproximativ 60 milioane euro si ca proiectul va fi finalizat in toamna anului 2008.
4.Transmisiuni TVR1 in direct de la CM 2006 duminica, 11 iunie, ora 15.45: Serbia-Muntenegru - Olandaduminica, 11 iunie, ora 18.45: Mexic - Iranduminica, 11 iunie, ora 21.45: Angola - Portugalia
5.Razvan Martin: Agentia de Monitorizare a Presei se reinfiinteaza Agentia de Monitorizare a presei, al carei nume era pana acum asociat cu trustul Academia Catavencu, se reinfiinteaza. In emisiunea “Romania la raport” realizata de Andreea Pora, Razvan Martin a declarat ca acesta este primul pas pentru a sublinia faptul ca Agentia este o organizatie independenta, care nu a avut nicio legatura institutionala cu respectivul trust de presa.
6.Germania - Costa Rica, inedit Grupa A este singura in care toate echipele au fost prezente si la editia precedenta.
7.What the newspapers say: June 8, 2006 Romanian newspapers today provide a concoction of light reports and aggressive investigations dealing with anything from a scandal related to two frigates Romania has bought from Britain to the spectacular but ugly conclusion of the national football championship. Mix in some politics, a bit of EU policies and a grain of CIA flights for a hectic dish of information.
8.Changes to Penal Procedure Code "threaten human rights" Recently submitted changes to the Penal Procedure Code in Romania have prompted a series of NGOs to warn about the future of the state of law in the country as “under the pretext of the fight against corruption and of so-called EU requests, the changes are in fact serious human rights abuses”. The three NGOs – the Open Society Foundation, the Center for Judicial Resources and Transparency International-Romania – also protested yesterday against a draft law on the cereation of a National Integrity Agency, supported by the Justice Ministry and aimed at dealing with conflicts of interests.
9.Romanian economy up 6.9% in January-April 2006 Romanian GDP exceeded 61 billion lei in the first four months of 2006, up 6.9% compared to the same period last year, according to data the National Statistics Institute - INS published on Thursday. The growth comes on the back of growth in the industry, construction works and services sectors, which had a contribution to the GDP of 84.2%.
10.Romania way behind others in digital television sector Romania is one of the least advanced Balkan countries when it comes to digital television despite it and Bulgaria must pass completely to this kind of broadcast by 2012, due to their accession to the EU. The conclusion was drawn at a recent reunion of digital television experts organized in Tirana by the Albanian Media Institute. according to which Romanian viewers have little to no access to the benefits of dtv such as multi-language channels, multiple subtitling and split screens, tryplay and HDTV.
11.Controversial businessman to be finally charged at large The controversial Romanian businessman Ovidiu Tender is to be finally charged at large, according to a final Thursday decision by Bucharest Tribunal following the numerous appeals and challenges by the defense lawyers.
12.Businessman Ovidiu Tender leaves arrest The Bucharest Tribunal ordered on Thursday the release of businessman Ovidiu Tender, arrested under organized crime and other charges earlier this year. The order comes in response to a prosecutors’ appeal against a court decision on Monday that Tender, who’s spent the last several months behind bars, be released as his arrest was against the provisions of the Romanian legislation.
13.National Bank reported losses of 3.06 billion lei in 2005 The Romanian National Bank – BNR reported financial losses of 3.06 billion lei in 2005, according to data BNR presented on Thursday. According to the documentation, the bank reported rate-related net losses of over 828 million lei, with rate incomes of more than 1.68 billion lei and payments of more than 2.51 billion lei.
14.Ranbaxy concludes purchase of pharma producer Terapia The Indian integrated pharmaceutical company Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited (Ranbaxy) announced the closure of the purchase of 96.7% of the Romanian pharmaceutical company Terapia S.A. (Terapia) following the approval of the trade by the Romanian Competition Council (RCC). Ranbaxy announced it would buy the shares of the Romanian company from Terapia Holding BV for $324 million.
15.In Q1 and Q2, HP Romania sales up 53.8% HP Romania announced that the first two quarters of 2006 brought sales up 53.8% on the Romanian IT market, a company’s press release wrote on Thursday. The total incomes reached $ 88.9 bln in the financial year concluded on April 30, 2006.
16.Rompetrol shares to be traded on London Stock Exchange The head of oil company Rompetrol Dinu Patriciu wants to list his company on London Stock Exchange by 2008 despite the drawbacks created by the judicial investigation that eyes Patriciu, according to the DowJonesNews.com.
17.Peste 250 de tablouri si obiecte de arta depistate de politisti la un control de rutina *Majoritatea acestora se pare ca provin din furturi din muzee, biserici si profanari de morminte
18.Termen prelungit pentru despagubirea fostilor deportati Subprefectul Clement Negrut ne-a declarat ca in urma solicitarilor facute pentru modificarea Legii nr. 290/2003 privind acordarea unor despagubiri fostilor deportati, textul actului normativ a fost schimbat
19.Industria de aparare are nevoie de o strategie legiferata Situatia de la U.M. Cugir si Fabrica de Arme - discutata in Comisia de Aparare din Senat. Potrivit participantilor, pentru prima oara discutiile nu au fost politizate si s-a pus la punct o strategie privind industria de aparare.
20.Un mot l-a intrecut pe Gigi Becali! In ultimele saptamani, un mot din Campeni a avut mai multe aparitii la televizor decat Gigi Becali! Modest si ambitios, Adrian Precup invata pentru masteratul in automobile, si lucreaza part-time la un dealer de limuzine de lux. Visul lui este sa ajunga sa prezinte moda la Milano si sa se revina candva in Tara Motilor la volanul unui Ferrari.
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