Arhiva pentru data 13.12.2006


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1.What the newspapers say: December 13, 2006 Good news is bad news in Romania, or at least that’s how it looks. Strong currency, lots of cash entering the country, huge funds, low inflation should all be good signs for a strong economy. Well, it seems things are far from being healthy and the best sign is the Health Ministry, where money won’t be spent because of a recent Parliamentarian embargo on some funds.
2.Ban on outdoor tobacco advertising Advertising for tobacco on street panels and public places will be banned starting on January 1st, 2007. The mayor, Adriean Videanu, also announced that such advertising would e fined with a minimum of 4,000 RON (some 1.300 euros) for each panel found after January 1st.
3.Romanian accession party in Brussels Romania and Bulgaria will celebrate the accession to the European Union by organizing a huge party in Brussels on December 14. The European Enlargement Commissioner, Olli Rehn, will “host” the event, opening the party, Novinite.com informs.
4.Smeeianu, back in seat Ion Smeeianu, former president on the National Authority for Communication Regulations (ANRC), won the lawsuit against PM Tariceanu for abusive quietus and will be reinstalled as president of the institution. As a first result, the ordinance allowing Orange and Vodafone to postpone one year the interconnection fee decrease may be soon annulled.
5.Hotline for Romanians in search of UK jobs The International Migration Organization and the UK Embassy in Romania opened on Wednesday a toll-free number for Romanians interested in the labor conditions in the UK after Romania’s accession to the EU. The number, 088.23.456 will work between December 31st and March 31st, 8:00 - 20:00.
6.Opposition demands halting of CEC privatization The parliamentarian groups of the social democrats and far-right Great Romania submitted on Wednesday a simple motion to demand the immediate ceasing of the CEC privatization process. CEC is the last bank fully owned by the Romanian state, a popular bank founded 150 years ago, with offices all through the country, including small, hard to reach villages.
7.Govt approves CEC privatization The privatization contract for the largest Romanian bank, CEC, was approved on Wednesday in the governmental session. After today’s approval, the two investors still in race, OTP and the National Bank of Greece, will be invited to present their improved offerings.
8.PM and president tensed again Prime minister Calin Popescu Tariceanu declared on Wednesday that he was really disturbed by the statements made by president Basescu during the ceremony in which the new Economy Minister, Varujan Vosganian, sworn in. PM Tariceanu considers Basescu’s statements as unacceptable, able to raise questions on the way the ministerial mandate will be fulfilled.
9.WB Report: Emergent countries will serve as engine for economic growth Optimism and caution: these are the key words in the annual report issued by the World Bank, regarding the development perspectives for 2007, published on Wednesday.The emergent markets, with an economic growth estimated at 7% in 2006 and stable over 6% for the following two years, are seen as an important engine for the world economy.
10.WB: Romania risks economic overheating The World Bank report on the economy situation and predictions warns that Romania’s economy may soon overheat. According to WB officials, the risk is caused by the abrupt growth in the current deficit account and the increased demand over offering.
11.In 2007, ploiestenii se pricopsesc cu un mall autentic Un grup care are ca actionari firme din Israel vrea sa concureze serios supermarketurile Metro si Carrefour, de langa Ploiesti. W-Go va construi anul viitor un mall de 35.000 mp.
12.La Campina exista o taxa locala "de fite" Consilierii campineni au instituit o taxa speciala, prin care cuplurile care se casatoresc sambata, dupa ora 16.00 si duminica, indiferent de ora, trebuie sa achite intre 150 si 200 RON. Pe care tot ei au numit-o "taxa de fite".
13.In Campina, masinile parcate ilegal vor fi duse... dupa gratii O firma din Ploiesti, specializata in vanarea masinilor parcate ilegal, va da dureri de cap, incepand cu 1 ianuarie 2007, soferilor din Campina.
14.Detinut gasit mort, la Ploiesti Un detinut condamnat la 20 de ani de inchisoare, pentru omor, a fost gasit mort la penitenciarul Ploiesti.
15.Familia princiara Sturdza a primit inapoi 26.000 de hectare Mostenitorii fostului principe al Moldovei, Mihail Sturdza, vor primi inapoi peste 26.000 de hectare de padure. Terenul fusese confiscate familiei princiare de autoritatile comuniste.
16.Greva japoneza la Rulmenti Barlad Un nou proteste sindical a izbucnit in judetul Vaslui. De data aceasta, in cauza este Fabrica de Rulmenti Barlad.
17.Satula sa fie femeie Sorin, sibianul care in urma cu 12 ani a devenit Sorina, vrea sa redevina barbat. O noua operatie de schimbare de sex costa circa 300 de milioane de lei vechi, bani pe care nu ii are.
18.HI-Q si Banica Jr. danseaza pentru angajati Trans Agape, Alcomsib, Polisano si Ambient se numara printre firmele care organizeaza an de an petreceri speciale pentru angajatii proprii. HI-Q si Stefan Banica Jr sunt doar cativa din cei care chemati anul acesta sa danseze pentru angajati.
19.Craciun fara zapada Avem slabe sanse de a ne bucura de zapada de Craciun si Revelion. Meteorologii sustin ca exista sanse ca in 25 si 26 decembrie sa fie ceva precipitatii sub forma de ninsoare, dar nu se va depune. In rest, temperaturile vor fi destul de ridicate pentru aceasta perioada.
20.Mosi de inchiriat Orice parinte isi poate rasfata odrasla si ii poate aranja o intalnire cu batranul Mos. Anul acesta la Sibiu pregatirile pentru sarbatori sunt in toi, iar mosul se antreneaza de zori pentru a putea face fata tolbei indesate de cadouri pentru toti copilasii.
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