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Enel has planned investments for a total of 329 million Euro for the current regulatory cycle ending in 2018, of which of over 151 million Euro are due for 2017 and 178 million Euro for 2018.

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POLITICS

Social Democrat Gabriela Vranceanu Firea wins Bucharest mayorship

The general mayorship of Bucharest has been won by former journalist and TV anchor Gabriela Vranceanu Firea, who ran for the Social Democrat Party (PSD) alliance with the National Union for Romania's Progress ...

ECONOMICS

Ana Hotels to see more than 20 per cent growth in Q1

Ana Hotels, one of the largest Romanian hospitality companies which posted last year 127.5 million RON (28.6 million Euro) in revenues, has seen a 21 per cent turnover growth in Q1 compared to the same period o...

ENERGY

Share of nuclear energy to increase to 30-32 per cent of total national production

Upon the approval of the Ministry of Energy Supreme Council of National Defence (CSAT) Report on units 3 and 4 at the nuclear power plant in Cernavoda in late May, Romanian president Klaus Iohannis said the sha...

REAL ESTATE

Enterprise Investors explores Profi strategic options

Polish Enterprise Fund VI (PEF VI), a private equity fund managed by Enterprise Investors, announced that it plans to explore the strategic options available to Romania’s leading supermarket chain, Profi

INFRASTRUCTURE

Bulgaria-Romania Danube Bridge 2 generates 43 million Euro in revenue since launch

Danube Bridge 2 linking Bulgaria’s Vidin with Calafat in Romania has generated revenue of 43 million Euro since opening for road and rail traffic in the middle of June 2013, Bulgarian Transport Minister Ivayl...

INVESTMENTS

Enel invests five million Euro in two 110 kV underground lines in Bucharest

Enel Distributie Muntenia is building two new 110 kV underground lines that will ensure safer connections and higher capacity of the distribution networks between Fundeni station, under the management of Transe...

AGRIBUSINESS

Minister of Agriculture: Romanian-Iranian trade needs to increase

Achim Irimescu, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, received in mid-May the visit of the Ambassador of Iran in Bucharest, Hamid Moayyer, according to a press release

GREEN

Minister of Environment: Vacaresti Lake declared natural park and protected natural area

Vacaresti Lake was declared a natural park and a protected area regime was established there, announced Cristiana Pasca - Palmer, the Minister of Environment, Water and Forests, in mid-May, in a briefing at Vic...

ENERGY

INTRAROM: Smart Solutions for a challenging industry - Energy

Subtle realistic perspective, by Athanasios Vamvakas - Smart Grids Director Intracom Telecom


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REPORTS

Romania's Business Growth: No Rest for the West

Romania's West Region is estimated to see a 5.4 per cent growth in terms of GDP this year and investors seem to be positive about their business growth. However, the shortage of specialists could limit their plans and force them to implement different kinds of strategies. Alexandra Cioboata and Magda Purice talked to major players from Timis county to underline the region's progress and the business solutions companies have com

Features

DECISION MAKERS

Prospects of Further Development

Western Romania is a success story, considering the current and real development perspectives. The city on Bega maintains the traditional role of triggering the national development countrywide, shown by statistics ranking Timisoara as second after Bucharest in terms of business growth Text courtesy of Nicolae Robu, mayor of Timisoara

SECTOR ANALYSIS

Romanian Energy Awards 2016 - Cream of the crop in energy

After more than a month of intricate deliberation process conducted by a prominent jury, The Diplomat - Bucharest celebrated the winners of 20 assigned categories for both conventional and renewable energy, within a prestigious event continuing the annual tradition of acknowledgment of performance and exceptional accomplishments in the Romanian energy sector. By Bogdan Tudorache

DECISION MAKERS

IT and outsourcing have generated more than 10,000 well-paid jobs in Iasi

Iasi has become one of the most sought Tier-2 cities in Romania for IT and outsourcing, while European projects worth 133 million Euro have helped the city increase its competitiveness. Alexandra Cioboata talks to Mihai Chirica, the newly-appointed mayor of Iasi, to take the pulse of the city

SECTOR ANALYSIS

Transport and Logistics: Still on the Move

While the local transport and logistics industry sees double-digit growths y-o-y, its players dream of Romania as an international hub. However, its future depends heavily on infrastructure without which it will lose business to other countries. Alexandra Cioboata talks to major players to chart the market's course this year

SECTOR ANALYSIS

The path to circular economy: waste as resource

Text courtesy of Mr. Constantin Damov, Green Group co-founder

SECTOR ANALYSIS

Hello, market

With more than 20 years of telecom history-making in Romania, the companies in the field, under the skies of keen local competition with significant projects to be launched, are also keeping an eye on the broader European digital market by Magda Purice

SECTOR ANALYSIS

Automotive industry hits the comeback road

After a dismal period where it fell six consecutive times, Romania's automotive sector started two years ago to pull the steering wheel in the right direction and it plans to keep the headlights on this year also. Alexandra Cioboata (Lopotaru) talks to major automotive companies to look into stimulating factors, bottlenecks and trends of the industry that seem to want to turn increasingly more green

SECTOR ANALYSIS

Romania's tourism: a walk on thin air

Last year, Romania's tourism had a tumultuous trip itself due to domestic legal changes, introduction of holiday vouchers, terrorist attacks and alerts. This year it plans to put in its backpack more maturity and consolidation

 
 
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