Articole scrise de Alina Comanciu

1 - 30 din 45 rezultate
1.Danube Summit to start in Bucharest / EC President Jose Manuel Barroso attends 
The Danube Summit starts on Monday in Bucharest, a reunion whose main scope is to reconfirm the political support of all countries bordering the Danube for the next EU strategy for this region. Under the patronage of the Romanian President, Traian Basescu, the Summit expects EC President Jose Manuel Barroso. According to a press release, the European Commission will present a plan of action and strategy for the region in December and the final form of the strategy will be approved in the European Council on June 2011. 
2.Vasile Blaga: 19 dead, 14 in the last 24 hours. Damages incurred after floods will be higher than 0.6% of GDP Interior minister Vasile Blaga estimated on Tuesday in a press conference with prefects across the country that damages after floods will be higher than 0.6% of GDP which is a lot and announced that he will count on the EU's Solidarity Fund.
3.UPDATE Civil aviation: the air space will not be closed / Environment ministry: the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud will cover Romania's air space by Tuesday morning Romania's Environment ministry announced that the volcanic ash cloud, present on Monday in West and North West Romania will advance steadily and will position, by Tuesday morning over most of the Romanian sky. The ministry presented on Monday the latest data regarding the evolution of the ash cloud.UPDATE According to the Civil Aviation Department chief, Catalin Radu, the Romanian air space will not be closed. He said that the night evolution of the cloud does not affect airline traffic. He said air space is closed in Spain, Portugal, North Italy, Germany and the Czech Republic.
4.Mugur Isarescu: some adjustments would have been painful without foreign aid Romania's Central Bank interventions in the market were meant to prevent an excessive depreciation of the national currency and its level had to be correlated with the progresses registered in adjusting the current account, Romania's National Central Bank governor Mugur Isarescu declared, in the dissertation submitted at the Royal Academy Doctorate in Spain.
5.Air traffic ceases for 4 days at Cluj, central Romania Air traffic on Cluj Napoca's International Airport will be suspended on October 3 to 7 due to repairments. For four days, over 150 flights will be affected: some will be cancelled while others redirected to other airports, Romanian news agency Mediafax informs.
6.Yellow code weather alert for 33 counties across Romania / Friday temperatures exceed 38 degrees Celsius Romania's National Meteorology Administration issued a new yellow code warning alert for Friday, July 24 when maximum temperatures are expected to frequently exceed 35 degrees Celsius in most areas of the country.
7.Brussels warns over new possible gas crisis The European Commission issued a recommendation on Thursday to all EU member countries to prepare for a new possible gas crisis this winter and stock up reserves, AFP informs. A EU experts committee declared that all EU member countries should be cautious on the matter and stock reserves.
8.Wimbledon: Romanian tennis player Sorana Cirstea challenged by Belarusian Azarenka Romanian Sorana Cirstea will face today, on Wimbledon's Centre Court Belarusian player Victoria Azarenka, who eliminated Romanian Raluca Olaru with 6-0, 6-0 in the second round. Romanians Andrei Pavel, Horia Tecau, Victor Hanescu and Monica Niculescu continue their way in the double competitions, men and mix.
9.Romanian average salary increased in April up to 1,408 lei Romania's average salary, after tax, registered a slight increase of 6 lei to 1,408 lei compared to last month due to the bonus offered on Easter, Romanian National Statistics Institute reads. In March, the average salary after tax was 1,402 lei, a 3.2% increase compared to February.
10.Hungarian police arrested a Romanian suspected of terrorism A Romanian suspected of terrorism was arrested in Budapest but the Hungarian police refused to reveal his identity and mentioned that the man was part of an extreme right movement that committed several attacks against socialist Parliamentarians, Romanian television Prima TV informs.
11.Press: votes will be recounted in the Republic of Moldova, after legislative elections The Moldovan Electoral Commission decided to recount all votes cast in the legislative elections starting Wednesday, April 5, Radio Moldova informs, quoted by Rador. All votes will be counted, including those declared void, unused, or unvalidated. The process will be monitored by party representatives and accredited observers.
12.UN Report: Moldovan authorities committed extreme violent acts against youngsters arrested in Chisinau Most people arrested in Chisinau were youngsters without previous records and Moldovan authorities used extreme violent measures against them, a UN Commission concluded, Moldovan daily Jurnal de Chisinau reads.
13.What the newspapers say: January 21, 2009 Most newspapers on Wednesday read about the inauguration of the 44th president of the United States, Barack Obama who, one newspaper reads, spent one hour in Romania back in 2005. At a local level, the new law regulating the retrieval of technical data on telephone calls, emails or text messages stirred up important debates. Last but not least, Romanian troops deployed in Iraq are to stay.
14.Adopted Romanian teenager risks the death penalty for murdering his American step parents A Romanian teenager risks the death penalty for murdering his adoptive American parents, TuscaloosaNews informs. Josh Spearman, aged 19, killed his step parents early this year. He is currently jailed, waiting for the trial.
15.Romania: the only EU country to implement the new TV norms Romania is the only European Union member state to have complied with the new European norms on audio-visual means, that entered into force in December 19, 2007, the European Commission announced on Thursday. The EU directive concerns audio visual services, adapting old EU norms to the new digital developments that need to be implemented at the level of the Union by December 2009.
16. All newspapers today read about the new ministers to form the government and the governance program put forward by the PSD PDL alliance. Elsewhere in the news, Romanians will face price increases in early 2009.
17.Traffic closed on DN1 Wednesday night, at the Bucharest exit towards Ploiesti Car traffic will be closed on DN 1 at Bucharest's exit way towards Ploiesti between 12 am and 4 am, December 17 to December 18, 2008 for some works, Romania's National Highway and National Roads Authority informs in a press release.
18.The European Parliament to decide how many hours/week to work The European Parliament will decide on Wednesday if it will adopt the directive on working hours in the EU member states, that will allow people to work more than 48 hours/week to up to 65 hours/week, depending on the salary options, international newspapers read.
19.Gypsy children of Romanian origin earn over 23 million euro annually At least 200 Gypsy children from Romania, victims of the human trafficking dealers "earn" in Great Britain over 19 million pounds (some 23 million euro) from pickpocketing and fraud each year, The Sunday Times reads in its electronic edition, quoted by Romanian news television Realitatea TV.
20.Romanian PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu: taxes will not be increased in 2009 The 2009 budget will be one of development and investments, accompanied by a stimulating fiscal policy, Romania's PM Calin Popescu Tariceanu declared on Wednesday after the government's meeting. He added that next year's budget should be oriented to support Romania's further economic development and not for consumption.
21.Real estate crisis in the Republic of Moldova The credit crisis that has hit the Republic of Moldova might translate into a stagnation or even a real estate crisis, Moldavian experts warn according to Romanian monitoring agency Rador, quoting Radio Romania. Among the causes which might lead to a real estate crisis, there's the dramatic drop of credits by over 50% in the last six months due to the harsh monetary policies of the National Bank. 
22.Yellow code warning for heavy rain and storms in 21 counties across Romania Meteorologists issued a yellow code warning for 21 counties starting 12 pm on Tuesday, July 22, until 12 pm on Wednesday, July 23, the official website of the institution reads. The warning targets counties in South, West and North West Romania, but also the central part of the country. In these areas, meteorologists expect heavy rain and storms.
23.Dacia workers in street protest on Thursday Some 5000 Dacia Automobile  trade union members organized a protest downtown Pitesti as their strike for higher salaries continued on Thursday. The protest lasted three hours and ended at about 1pm. The protest was organized as yesterday, a local court ruled that the general strike was legal, despite claims by Dacia Renault representatives that it was not so. Dacia management representatives declared they will appeal the decision.
24.Romanian President Traian Basescu to meet Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin Romanian President Basescu will meet Russian President Vladimir Putin at noon on Friday. The bilateral meeting will take place at the Parliament Palace where the NATO Summit is currently held, diplomatic sources declared for
25.What the newspapers say: March 4, 2007 "Horror" religion manuals stirr up a new scandal on whether the class should be mandatory for children, one newspaper reads on Tuesday. More in the news, Romania's image was trashed at  'No reservations' show on Travel Channel on the government's money. Last but not least, Bucharest high school for persons with sight deficiencies are deprived of their sports field, for business's sake.
26.25 NGOs accuse Romania's executive of promoting laws against civil society 25 non governmental oragnizations (NGOs) protest against a draft law adopted yesterday by Romania's House of Deputies that ban foundations and associations from using words that can create confusion with authorities or public institutions. The law was voted by all parliamentary political parties present.
27.AVAS revokes Romanian medicine factory privatization Romanian Authority for State Assets Recovery (AVAS) will revoke the privatization offer of the Romanian medicine factory Antibiotice Iasi, government officials inform on Wednesday. The announce was made shortly after the executive voided the decision regulating the privatization method of the company.
28.Romanian Environment Minister: 43 cities drain used water into rivers Out of 1,300 water purification facilities existent in the country, only 40% work properly, Environmental Minister Attila Korodi declared on Wednesday. Bucharest, Craiova, Braila, Galati and Tulcea are just a few cities where, according to Korodi, used water is drained straight into rivers.
29.European Commission fines Microsoft 899 million euro The European Commission fined Microsoft with the record sum of 899 million euro for not taking into account the first round of sanctions imposed after breaking antitrust regulations, EC representatives announced. Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes declared that Microsoft is the first company that the Commission needed to ammend for not respecting antitrust regulations.
30.Stock market complex index lost 2% on Wednesday Bucharest Stock Exchange indexes fell on Wednesday after two consecutive days of significant growth. Market liquidity fell at its turn by 31.11%, downt to 14.34 million euro. The stock's composit index, BET-C, lost 1.91% as compared to the previous meeting, amounting 5.33,69 points, while the index of the most liquid listed titles, BET, depreciated by 1.96% marking 7.659,29 points.

1 2 


Top 10 articole cele mai ...

Agenţii de ştiri
Siteul foloseste cookie-uri. Cookie-urile ne ajută să imbunatatim serviciile noastre. Mai multe detalii, aici.

powered by
developed by