Arhiva pentru data 12.12.2006

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1.What the newspapers say: December 12, 2006 The good state of the Romanian economy but also its troubles claim most interest among newspapers today. But the media also considers the implications of a hunger strike among inmates across the country’s penitentiaries and notes that ex-Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet might not have lived so long were it not for a geriatrics specialist from Romania.
2.EP OKs Romanian nominee as European Commissioner for Multilingualism The European Parliament approved the Romanian nominee for the position of European Commissioner for Multilingualism with a large majority on Tuesday. Leonard Orban passed the EP vote with 595 votes in favourt, 16 against and 29 abstentions. Bulgarian nominee Meglena Kuneva was also approved to take over the seat of European Commissioner for consumer protection today, three weeks before the two countries join the European Union.
3.Romanian candidate for European body defies speculation before MEPs European parliamentarians approved on Tuesday afternoon the nomination of Ovidiu Ispir to represent Romania at the European Court of Auditors. Many analysts have predicted Ispir’s nomination might fail in the EP vote as the European Popular Party MPs said they would not support him politically or morally because of the financial scandals he’s been involved in.
4.Parliament validates Economy Ministry candidate Romanian MPs approved the candidacy of Liberal Varujan Vosganian to take over the position of Economy minister with a large majority on Tuesday. Vosganian will replace Codrut Seres, who resigned from the government when his political group, the Conservative Party-PC, decided to withdraw from the governing coalition recently.
5.Mobile phone cost cuts postponed by one year The National Regulatory Authority for Communications (ANRC) has confirmed public fears when it decided this week to postpone by an year a decision to apply the second phase of cost cuts for interconnecting tariffs with the Orange and Vodafone networks in Romania. Mobile owners will thus have another year to pay more for calls in other networks, despite complaints in this regard by many competitors.
6.Syngenta starts testing of GM corn crops in Romania Syngenta Agro SRL is the first company to test genetically modified corn in Romania. The moves comes as the Romanian authorities have decided to ban GM soy crops because the “problem” was not managed properly in the country at a time when the European Union is pushing to stop such crops.The Environment Ministry authorized the testing of GM corn in May this year.
7.Erste Bank takes over new stake in Romanian Commercial Bank Erste Bank, the majority shareholder of the Romanian Commercial Bank (BCR), took over another 7.2% stake in the Romanian group that have so far belonged to BCR employees. Erste Bank’s stake thus rises to 69.11%, an Erste press release says.
8.Hungarian labor market partially opened for Romanians, Bulgarians Hungary will gradually open its labor market for Romanian and Bulgarian citizens after their countries join the European Union on January 1, 2007. Budapest authorities decided that the number of professions for which applicants from the two new member states may automatically receive working permits would be limited to 130-140 for the first two years since accession, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.
9.President revokes resigning ministers Romanian President Traian Basescu followed judicial procedures on Tuesday and signed the documents revoking two ministers who had announced their resignation from the government after their Conservative Party decided to withdraw from the coalition in power.
10.Three cable companies fined 7.5 mln euro for cartel behavior The Competition Council has finalized investigations on the Romanian cable market and applied fines amounting to 25,944,809 RON (some 7.5 million euro) to four companies charged with cartel behaviour. The four companies are UPC Romania, RCS&RDS, Astral Telecom and Cablevision of Romania.
11.''It's professionalism that matters for an European Commissioner, not the country of origin" The hearings Romania’s future representative in the European Commissioner had to face in the European Parliament were difficult despite allegations that his portfolio - Multilingualism - was rather “light” or “second hand”, Leonard Orban told Romanian website minutes after his nomination received the EP approval today.
12.Primarul din Barlad vrea sa depoziteze gunoiul in fata Prefecturii Vaslui Disputa dintre Primaria orasului Barlad si Prefectura Vaslui ia proportii comice. Viceprimarul Adrian Solomon il ameninta pe prefectul Ioan Zaharia ca va depozita gunoiul menajer strans dupa Revelion in fata Prefecturii.
13.Prime de 1.500 de lei pentru angajatii CJ Iasi Consilierii judeteni din Iasi au votat acordarea unor prime de 1.500 de lei pentru angajatii institutiei. Banii vor fi acordati cu ocazia Craciunului.
14.Unilever isi muta la Ploiesti fabricile din Targu-Mures si Bucuresti Compania anglo-olandeza Unilever si-a mutat la Ploiesti fabricile din Targu-Mures si Bucuresti. Investitia se ridica la patru milioane de euro.
15.Televizorul ucigas Linistea de dinaintea sarbatorilor de iarna, in localitatea Tilisca, a fost spulberata, ieri dimineata, de o veste cumplita. Asupra familiei Craciun s-a abatut o mare nenorocire. O fetita de trei ani a murit si sora ei, de numai 11 luni, a ajuns la spital in stare de soc, din cauza unui televizor.
16.Pregatiri pentru iarna Iarna nu inseamna doar bucuria sarbatorilor, ci si responsabilitate pentru autoritatile locale.
17.Si fara casa, si fara bani! Monitorul de Cluj a prezentat saptamina trecuta povestea locatarilor din Piata Mihai Viteazul nr. 1. Cu toate ca majoritatea si-au cumparat apartamentele in care locuiesc de la Primaria Cluj-Napoca, ei risca acum sa ramina si fara casa si fara bani, deoarece Biserica Reformata a cistigat procesul prin care cerea retrocedarea imobilului.
18.O jumatate de an pentru o audienta! Consilierul judetean clujean Liviu Medrea reclama faptul ca nu a fost primit in audienta de primarul Emil Boc, cu toate ca a solicitat in urma cu sase luni o intrevedere cu edilul-sef, pentru rezolvarea unei probleme particulare. Medrea sustine ca a depus cererea in calitate de simplu cetatean al municipiului, nefacind uz de calitatea sa de ales.
19.Sibiul, campion la santiere intarziate Acum mai bine de o luna si jumatate, ministrul delegat al lucrarilor publice, Laszlo Borbely, a facut o vizita in Sibiu, in urma careia a „dictat” ca totul sa reintre in grafic. Sa se lucreze, lucreze, lucreze. Cine va sta sa priveasca o clipa, isi va da seama ca ori s-a lucrat prost, fie deloc.
20."Capitala culturala va fi o reusita" Sibiul este primul oras din Romania care va primi titlul de capitala culturala europeana. O carte de vizita extrem de importanta pentru viitor dar care implica un volum de munca si de investitii incredibil de mare.
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