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Digital transformation of energy management and automation

Interview with Marius Persinaru, Country President Schneider Electric Romania & Republic of Moldavia


Liceul Teoretic International de Informatica Bucuresti - An authentic model of education

In every family, the problem of choosing the best school is essential and argued about for a long time because school years are defining for the development of the early adolescent. We all want ...

Orange Romania: Two decades of growing innovation and leading the digital transformation

Interview with Liudmila Climoc, CEO, Orange Romania

Jeffrey Puritt, TELUS International: CSR is Good Business and Good for Business!

Committed to supporting the communities where they operate, TELUS International invests in excess of 100,000 Euros in corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes and their employees volunte...

Coaching - a journey one must never underestimate

If you are passionate about your work and you welcome challenges, but your company does not offer you any opportunities to grow, then you know it's time for a change The year 2008 was a turning...


Raluca Florentina Dumitriu, General Manager of G4S Secure Solutions Romania

Private management: from papers to facts

Case study: Nuclearelectrica

Adrian Peake, Medicover:The economic growth offers confidence to invest in development and people

As Medicover Romania seems to have an accelerated growth by opening new clinics and acquiring other players, Alexandra Cioboata talks to Adrian Peake, general manager of the private healthcare o...

Florin Hoinarescu, Head of International at Teamnet Group

"In a continuous globalized economy, cooperation between companies from different countries has a common element - the added value generated"

ORANGE - When digitalization becomes the standard

The Diplomat - Bucharest's talks with Jean-Francois Fallacher, CEO Orange Romania, to reveal how Orange is planning to connect everyone to what really matters to them

Nuclearelectrica: A Romanian brand

When it comes to nuclear energy, Romania is top of the performance chain. Set up in 1998, Nuclearelectrica is today one of the most important producers in the country, covering approximately 20%...

Bogdan Padiu, Teamnet Group: More than 40% of our projects will be regional by 2018

Innovation, ambitious plans and Romanian intelligence have fuelled Teamnet Group's development over the past 14 years into one of the most important IT&C integrators in the region, with annual r...

OMV Petrom: Reaching the 12 billion Euro investment mark

This year, OMV Petrom will invest one billion Euro, even if its first-half result was deeply affected by the steep descend in oil prices, the company`s CFO Andreas Matje tells The Diplomat - Buc...

Secrets to Investing Success in the Local CEP Market

Adrian Mihai, Managing Partner of FAN Courier, the local CEP market leader, speaks to The Diplomat – Bucharest about the local CEP market reality, further opportunities and successful investme...

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Romanian business: There is still room for improvement

Romania is still an attractive market for investors within South-eastern Europe, with advantages in terms of labour cost and skilled professionals. But local entrepreneurs and Romanian-based com...

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Telecom industry: Keeping pace with next-gen tech

The telecom industry is transforming before our very eyes. And in many instances, there are no hard-set rules for the new digital platforms, tools and lifecycles in which they live.


Logistics industry: Growing demand

The industrial, logistics and office sectors in Bucharest were the drivers of the real estate development market in the first nine months of the year.

Digital Banking: Challenges and opportunities

Digitalization is radically transforming the banking industry, enabling new products, services and business models. This transformation will take time to complete, forcing banks to act now and e...


Digital transformation of energy management and automation

Interview with Marius Persinaru, Country President Schneider Electric Romania & Republic of Moldavia


Principles Governing Foreign Investments in Romania

The legal regime of foreign investments in Romania is governed by the principle of equal treatment, which means that, subject to the principle of most-favoured-nation treatment, the same legal f...

Austrian investments in Romania: Companies are generally happy with market development

Austrian investors see Romania as an excellent investment destination and the largest market in South-Eastern Europe. Romania represents a resourceful country, dominated by a highly-skilled labo...

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German investments in Romania: Companies are worried about fiscal measures and infrastructure

Romania still offers good business opportunities, but in order to continue foreign investments and job creation, companies need a stable economic environment, legal stability, well-developed inf...

Chinese investments in Romania: Aiming potential

For many years, China has had only several large companies present and active in Romania, mainly in technology, energy, trade, farming and several newly announced ones in automotive.

Operational leasing on the road to growth

The Romanian operational leasing market went up by 7.5 per cent in the first semester of the year compared with the end of 2016, exceeding 64,350 units. During this period, over 9,200 cars were ...

US investments in Romania: Tremendous potential

One of the fastest growing economies in Europe, Romania is an attractive market for foreign investors in several industries, with potential yet to be developed. The Diplomat - Bucharest talked w...

French investments in Romania: Building on solid foundation

France and Romania became business partners in the early '90s and since then the bonds have been built on trust and mutual commitment. Currently, French investors have gained a leadership positi...






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Romania has the lowest cost for arable land in Europe, says Eurostat
Arable land was the cheapest in Romania out of all member states, with a hectare costing an average 1,958 Euro in 2016, according to Eurostat, the statistics office of the EU.

CFR Calatori appoints Leon Barbulescu as general manager
Leon Barbulescu has been appointed general director of CFR Calatori, replacing Iosif Szentes, according to the sources from the railway field.

Deliveries of retail space to reach 200,000 sqm in 2018 outside Bucharest
Deliveries of retail spaces will reach the level of 200,000 square meters, new projects and extensions being scheduled in ten medium and large cities in the country, while in Bucharest no scheduled delivery is ...

AFI Europe Romania increased its net operating income by ten per cent to over 51 million Euro during 2017
AFI Europe Romania published its financial results. The Net Operating Income (NOI) from its income producing assets in Romania reached to over 51 million Euro in 2017, representing 10.1 per cent higher results ...

BRD to pay highest dividends in bank's history
BRD Groupe Societe General, the third-biggest lender in Romania, proposes a gross dividend per share of 1.64 RON from last year's net profit, the highest in the bank's history.