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1.What the newspapers say: October 9, 2006 Romanian newspapers on Monday take stand about the assassination of a Russian journalist known for her criticism towards President Putin. Separately, they re-open the talk about the victims of communism, about how current efforts in Bucharest to deal with the past are seen in Europe and what effects the very same communist past has on the population. They also report a new investigation to be launched in the secret CIA prisons scandal and the failure of “European capital Sibiu” at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
2.Traffic turned upside-down in North Bucharest Road traffic in North Bucharest was brought upside-down for a whole 10 days starting Monday, October 9 as the main road link between the Free Press Square (Piata Presei Libere) and the Aerogarii Bulevard) was closed for rehabilitation works at a nearby bridge. The closure considerably affects the connection between Bucharest and its Otopeni International Airport as cars are redirected to smaller roads and streets that pose a high risk of clogging traffic.
3.Romanian airline Tarom halves tariffs for domestic flights Romanian airline Tarom has cut ticket prices for several domestic flights at half in an experiment to see the capacity of the company of keeping up with cheaper and cheaper competition once the country joins the EU. Passengers will have the chance to pay less for several destinations in the country, including Sibiu, Timisoara, Cluj, Baia Mare and Suceava starting October 15.
4.Danube oil spill cleaned The Romanian Environment Ministry announced this weekend the oil spill affecting the river Danube for the past week has been dealt with and the permanent alert was suspended. Romania used some 15.5 tons of bio-degradable spillsorb materials and 1.6 kilometers of floating barrages to stop the flow of oil, allegedly originating in Serbia.
5.euROpeanul: Free information bulletin on Romania-EU issues “euROpeanul” is a new bi-monthly bulletin to be distributed across Romania to improve the debate on and knowledge of European issues in the country, which is due to join the EU on January 1, 2007. The publication will have a circulation of 100,000 copies and will be distributed in train stations, fast trains, travel agencies, prefectures and citizen counseling centres.
6.Romanian lawyers on strike Some 21,000 Romanian lawyers entered strike on Monday to protest the existance of so-called parallel bars, entities that function in parallel with the official national bar and which they say are unconstitutional. The strike threatens to bring the judicial process to a halt for a week unless their call is answered.
7.Lengthy talks on 2007 budget A top representative of the Democratic Party-PD, a senior group of the governing coalition in Bucharest, said on Monday that alliance leaders are yet to come to a conclusion on the 2007 draft budget. PD vice-president Adriean Videanu said that talks between his party and the Liberal coalition partners would continue late on Monday night.
8.EP report: Oligarchs control Romanian Liberal party Romania’s accession in the EU was the only factor to keep the governing alliance in Bucharest united, according to a European Parliament report published in the wake of the country report the European Commission issued on Romania last month.
9.Constitutional green light for BCR privatization The Constitutional Court in Bucharest approved with a majority of five to four on Monday the terms of a law for the approval of the governmental ordinance on the conclusion of the privatization process of the Romanian Commercial Bank, which the court found as constitutional.
10.Singe artificial made in Cluj Un chimist clujean face parte dintr-o echipa multinationala care are ca obiectiv dezvoltarea unei substante care sa poata inlocui cu succes singele uman in cazul urgentelor.
11.Mediocritate, de ce? Presedintele Romaniei, Traian Basescu, a caracterizat recent drept „mediocru“ invatamintul superior din Romania. El a argumentat in primul rind ca situatia se datoreaza faptului ca nici una dintre universitatile din tara nu a reusit sa intre in "Top 500“ la nivel international.
12.Analiza BanulBotosanean.ro:
Firmele de constructii din Botosani, in cadere libera
Firmele mici de constructii incep sa cada pe capete la Botosani, iar integrarea in Uniunea Europeana va duce la eliminarea de pe aceasta piata a multor societati din acest sector. Fiscul incepe sa puna presiune pe firmele din constructii care au datorii la bugetul consolidat al statului.
13.Presedintele ANAF a ingradit libertatea presei chiar la Memorialul Sighet Presedintele Agentiei Nationale de Administrare Fiscala, Sebastian Bodu, a facut o escala in Maramures la sfarsitul saptamanii, pe drumul de intoarcere la Bucuresti dupa o reuniune la care a participat in afara granitelor tarii.
14."Nasi" din Belgia pentru firmele maramuresene Un proiect de cooperare economica mai putin obisnuit va fi demarat zilele acestea de catre Centrul pentru Dezvoltarea Intreprinderilor Mici si Mijlocii (CDIMM) Maramures. El vizeaza gasirea unor “nasi” in Belgia pentru cateva firme din judet.
15.Noi vrem respect! Revista “Capital” a publicat topul celor mai bune 50 de companii la care merita sa te angajezi l Topul nu include insa firmele “grele” precum Connex sau Coca - Cola. Clujenii vor respect si nu masini opulente
16.Zgarcitii de la Tarom Dupa ce a sustinut ca “i se rupe” de societatea civila, compania Tarom incearca sa musamalizeze cazul bagajelor pierdute la Frankfurt. Solutie de crestere a veniturilor - plus de calatori si adio bagaje! Cursa de 55 de minute transformata in calvar de trei ore. Cifra de afaceri de 8.114 miliarde lei vechi si un profit de 513 miliarde lei.
17.Iberest se bazeaza pe "cartita" Fritea La licitatiile organizate de institutiile publice a devenit o obisnuinta ca societatile participante sa isi caute “cartite” (persoane influente sau simpli functionari), pe de o parte pentru a beneficia de informatii suplimentare, care pot decide o licitatie, sau, pe de alta parte, chiar pentru a gasi “filiera spagii”, care exista mai
18.Ardaf, vanata de cehi Societatea clujeana de asigurari Ardaf ar putea fi preluata de fostul operator de stat din Cehloslovacia, Ceska Pojistovna, actualmente societate de asigurari in Cehia. Societatea ceha de asigurari si-a manifestat intentia de a participa la majorarea de capital a societatii clujene.
19.Dotati cu jeep-uri, proiectoare si pusti cu luneta
Trei borseni au decimat cerbii din Muntii Maramuresului si Bistritei
Noapte de noapte au iesit la vanatoare cu jeep-urile in padurile din Muntii Maramuresului si Bistritei, probabil chiar si in ariile strict protejate. Inarmati pana in dinti, au reactionat violent in momentul in care s-au simtit incoltiti. Au rasturnat o masina de politie, dupa care si-au abandonat unul din autovehicule in munti si s-au ascuns.
20."Sibiul are mai multi bani decat poate cheltui" Un fond de 10,5 milioane de lei noi (peste trei milioane de euro), suma contractata de Primaria Sibiu pentru investitii in constructia de locuinte sociale, sta nefolosit din cauza faptului ca firmele de constructii nu se inghesuie sa participe la licitatia pentru atribuirea lucrarilor.
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