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1.What the newspapers say: November 16, 2006 With less news than usual, Romanian newspapers focus today on two major subjects: the criminal files opened for the former prime minister Adrian Nastase and the national and international problems in the oil and gas area. Between all these major problems, E! comes to Romania to bring relief for tensed shoulders and Qaddafi is once again a friend for Romanians.
2.Immigrants bring AIDS to UK British tabloid “The Sun” continues to spearhead the demeaning campaign against Romanians. “BRITAIN is facing an Aids epidemic after the revelation that TWO THIRDS of all new cases are in immigrants”, the tabloid reads in its Thursday edition.
3.93 Romanians detained in Spain Some 110 persons were arrested on Wednesday in a major Police action in the areas of Raval and Sant Antoni in Barcelona. The target of the operation was the annihilation of the pandering and prostitution network in the area.
4.New "EU Office BCR" opened The Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR) officially opened on Thursday its fifth regional office in Calarasi. The new “EU Office BCR” follows the previous initiatives in the cities of Piatra Neamt, Alba Iulia, Craiova and Braila.
5.Top Police officers suspect in corruption case The chief of the “Criminal Records” department in the General Police Inspectorate (IGP), general Dorin Mihaiasa, was released from his function for the poor management of the department.The expel is a result of an investigation on a network that helped the fast obtaining of the criminal records for those who wanted to migrate for work in Spain.
6.Romania and Bulgaria - Fastest growth in available commercial space Romania and Bulgaria will have before the end of 2007 a 150% growth in the amount of commercial space, largest figure in Europe, according to s report published by the real estate services company Cushman & Wakefield.
7.18% growth on the car market The number of automobiles sold in October in Romania grew 18%, compared to September, a release from the Car Producers and Importers’ Association. Romanian company Dacia still leads the sales, with a 38% market share and 80,000 sold vehicles.
8.NATO ready to involve in member states' energy policy President Traian Basescu met on Thursday the NATO secretary general, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, with the main topic represented by the possibility for the Organization to involve in the energy problem some of their member states face. Scheffer’s signal confirms NATO’s interest in the energy security, proved also by a recent confidential report that warns on Russia’s intention to build a natural gas cartel. The two officials decided that the energy security should also be put on the agenda of the next NATO summit in Riga.
9.Gazprom vice president replaced with KGB officer Aleksandr Riazanov, vice president of the Russian natural gas giant Gazprom was fired because of his independence and reticence in fulfilling orders. Riazanov was replaced with Valeri Golubev, former KGB officer and a close acquaintance of president Putin.
10.OTP Bank: "We didn't expect Romania to call a fair price for CEC!" Near the end of the privatization of the last and largest popular bank in Romania, CEC, there are two major players still in race: OTP Bank and the National Bank of Greece. It seems though that OTP has had enough.“OTP didn’t expect Romania to demand a fair price for CEC”, said Laszlo Wolf, deputy CEO of OTP Bank on Thursday, during a banking conference in Frankfurt. Without unveiling any figures, Wolf mentioned that there is a big difference between what OTP can offer and what the Romanian state demands.
11.De unde au aparut ultimele bilete? Cele 500 de bilete pentru partida cu Dinamo Kiev s-au epuizat repede joi dimineata, cele mai multe ajungind in miinile bisnitarilor. Surprinzator, aceste tichete au aparut pe piata, desi Steaua anuntase in septembrie, inainte de grupa, ca nu se vor vinde decit pachete de tichete (pentru toate meciurile de acasa).
12.Gigantii din telecomunicatii ar putea fi obligati sa isi transforme diviziile in firme separate Concurenta in sectorul telecomunicatiilor s-ar putea intensifica prin separarea functionala a activitatilor grupurilor care ofera astfel de servici, a declarat Viviane Reding, comisar european pentru Societatea Informationala si Media. Astfel, operatorii ar putea fi obligati sa isi transforme diviziile in companii separate, care ar concura in mod independent pe piata. Daca initiativa lui Reding se va concretiza, piata telecomunicatiilor ar putea suferi o adevarat revolutie.
13.Arestari spectaculoase in randul functionarilor vamesi-otopeni,sri-stifunctioanri de la dgv
14.Politica gresita in materie de parcari si garaje Doresc sa reclam lipsa de actiune a primariei in ce priveste anumite garaje construite ilegal in fostele parcari publice cat si lipsa de agilitate in a profita de spatiile existente intre blocuri dar si a trotuarelor supradimensionate...www.domnuleprimar.ro
15.Mormane de gunoi asteapta sosirea gunoierilor stradali In zona Vigoniei - Podul Giurgiului la fiecare colt de bloc sunt mormane de gunoaie neridicate de persoanele abilitate niciodata...www.domnuleprimar.ro
16.Mobile.de, preturi cu 10% mai mari Dupa mai mult de 15 ani in care sa aduci o masina la mana a doua din Germania a fost o afacere buna atat pentru cumparator, cat si pentru intermediar, ultimele luni din 2006 arata un tablou cu totul schimbat.
17.Impozitele mici nu garanteaza prosperitatea (de Ioana Speteanu) Cota unica de impozitare a profiturilor nu asigura, de la sine, succesul unei economii. Daca nu este sustinuta de o puternica infrastructura legislativa si economica, aceasta risca sa se transforme intr-un factor de dezechilibru bugetar.
18.Prin ce va trece Orban in Parlamentul European Comisarul desemnat din partea Romaniei, Leonard Orban, va fi audiat la Bruxelles, in comisia pentru educatie si cultura, in data de 27 noiembrie. Evaluarea candidatului va avea loc in 28 noiembrie, iar votul final, in sedinta de plen a Parlamentului European dintre 11 si 14 decembrie.
19.Aero X - Conceptul anului Conceptul Saab Aero X a fost incoronat "Concept car-ul anului" de catre cea mai veche revista auto din lume, Autocar. La ceremonia desfasurata in Londra, Aero X a fost apreciat pentru referirea constanta a designului la istoria aviatica a firmei Saab.
20.E. Constantinescu: "Nu m-a invins Securitatea, ci presa Securitatii!" Fostul presedinte Emil Constantinescu afirma ca, la 10 ani de la victoria in alegeri, mandatul sau este in continuare judecat emotional si nu rational, pe baza cifrelor.
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