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1.What the newspapers say: July 13, 2006 Newspapers on Thursday keep their focus on the issues of the week - the competition between Romania and Bulgaria in the field of seaside tourism offers, the drama of the US citizen of Romanian origin who blew up a building in Manhattan and the usual revelations about economic abuses. All spiced with news about the Logan car, the local gambling records related to the World Cup and the “branding” of Romania’s most venerated poet Mihai Eminescu.
2.Romanian Economy minister in troubled Lebanon Romanian Economy and Trade minister Codrut Seres was in Lebanon on Thursday morning at the peak of the offensive launched by the Israeli military against the radical movement Hezbollah, which has already led a full blockade on Lebanon. Seres was visiting the country for talks on economic issues including the establishment of a Romanian-Lebanese joint company.
3.Romanian Savings House opens first agency for companies The Romanian Savings House (CEC) has opened a new agency dedicated exclusively to banking operations for judicial persons. The new unit is the first such CEC agency and is aimed at providing services and products for companies and firms.
4.Possible effects of Mideast crisis on Romania Romania’s investments in Lebanon’s reconstruction are on hold due to the violence in the Middle East, Dan Constantin, economic analyst, has stated for Hotnews.ro. Constantin reminded that Romania is among the few communist countries that had profitable business in the conflict zone, both with Israel and the Arab countries.
5.Romanian delegation leaves Lebanon A high-level Romanian delegation led by Economy minister Ioan Codrut Seres left Lebanon on Thursday, a day before the scheduled departure, due to spiraling violence in the country. The delegation was due to cross Syria by car and take a flight from Turkey to Bucharest on Friday.
6.Poll: Romanians stay atypical Europeans Discontent with the present but optimistic with the near future, the average Romanian has heard of European institutions but may not know very well how they run their activities. For a Romanian, the European Union means mainly freedom of movement, prosperity, peace and democracy, the latest Eurobarometer ordered by the European Commission shows.
7.Bucharest-Pitesti highway to be partially closed The National Road Company (CNADN) announced on Thursday that for the period of July 13-November 30 this year traffic on the Bucharest-Pitesti highway will be alternatively closed, first on one direction, then on the other. The closure is due to rehabilitation works on part of the road.
8.Dollar might reach 3.5 RON by end of year, analyst says The oil barrel price went beyond 76 USD, a historical maximum since the barrel is on trade at the Chicago market. The ascendant trade has been visible in the few last days and has not been prompted by the tensions in Israel and Lebanon, the economic analyst Cristian Sima stated for Hotnews.ro.
9.Romanian PM, US ambassador check Bechtel highway Romanian PM together with the US Ambassador to Romania Nicholas Taubman, and the Transportation minister paid a visit to the central and western counties of Cluj and Bihor aiming at testing out the Transilvania highway’s construction. PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu met with the representatives of the Bechtel company and had talks on the possibility of speeding up the highway’s building.
10.Ritm de mars funerar la executarea lucrarilor in programul Samtid la Abrud Din cauza santurilor neastupate care brazdeaza orasul, oamenii trebuie sa faca un ocol ca sa-si ingroape mortii la doua dintre cimitire
11.Creste infractionalitatea in randul elevilor In primele 6 luni ale anului 2006 pe raza judetului Alba, in scoli si in afara acestora, s-au savarsit 34 de infractiuni in care au fost implicati 37 de autori, dintre care 32 sunt elevi
12.S-a constituit Asociatia "Tara Vinului" CJ Alba si reprezentantii a 12 consilii locale din judetul Alba prinse in traseul proiectului "Drumul Vinului" au semnat ieri actul constitutiv al Asociatiei "Tara Vinului"
13.Negocieri secrete PSD-PD la Campia Turzii! Liderii PSD si PD din Campia Turzii au fost surprinsi la discutii, la un local in afara localitatii. Marius Bordea (PSD) si Cristian Haiduc (PD) au stabilit cum sa faca astfel incat proiectul de schimbare al viceprimarului PSD, Ioan Tulai, sa nu aiba sorti de izbanda. Coalitia anti-PSD, din care face parte si PD-ul, ar fi vrut demiterea viceprimarului.
14.Profitori strategici de import Comunele din imediata apropiere a municipiului Cluj-Napoca sunt “atacate” de speculanti imobiliari straini ce pozeaza in mari investitori
15.Proiectul Zonei Metropolitane asteapta OK-ul parlamentarilor Cele 12 consilii locale din zona periurbana a municipiului Timisoara trebuiau sa isi dea, pana la finele lunii trecute, un acord de principiu pentru infiintarea Zonei Metropolitane si sa faca propuneri pentru proiectul de lege care prevede aceste modificari urbanistice. Toate consiliile localeau fost de acord cu ideea, cu o singura exceptie, Dumbravita.
16.Legaturi bolnavicioase intre Biserica Ortodoxa si PD De la inceputul anului, liderii filialelor PD din Transilvania au inceput sa stranga relatiile cu Biserica Ortodoxa din Romania. Pactul dintre cele doua entitati le aduce ambelor foloase importante. In timp ce PD a devenit principala formatiune politica din tara, conform ultimelor sondaje, Biserica Ortodoxa si-a sporit considerabil influenta politica.
17.Sinistratii din Tarlisua au ramas fara provizii La exact trei saptamani de la viitura de pe Valea Tiblesului, care a maturat totul in calea ei, localnicii din comuna bistriteana Tarlisua, comuna cel mai grav afectata, simt ca au fost uitati de toata lumea. Utilajele firmelor care au lucrat la degajarea drumurilor s-au retras de indata ce s-au terminat banii guvernamentali.
18.Controversatul joc "Romanii in spatiu" - made in Timisoara Creatorii jocului "Romanii in spatiu", care a iscat controverse si a pus pe jar autoritatile, sunt un grup de timisoreni, pasionati de IT. "Romania libera" a reusit sa stea de vorba cu lead designer-ul de la firma care a creat controversatul joc.
19.Elevii supravegheati de consilierii Prefecturii Bihor au obtinut note mai mici O comisie a Prefecturii Bihor a supravegheat modul de desfasurare a examenului de Bacalaureat in trei scoli din judet. Concluziile actiunii arata ca, in clasele unde a fost supracontrol, notele obtinute de elevi sunt mai mici decat in rest.
20.Italienii acopera cu promisiuni neonorate groapa de gunoi din Ungheni Italienii de la "Agenda 21", investitorul care s-a angajat sa realizeze groapa de gunoi ecologica din localitatea mureseana Ungheni au venit nepregatiti la concilierile cu reprezentantii Consiliului Judetean pe marginea intarzierilor nejustificate in privinta realizarii investitiei.
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