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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...

Tackling a taxing problem

Doubling the penalties for tax evasion – this was a measure suggested in an amendment to a law put forward by Senate vice-president, Dan Voiculescu. The amendment was not supported by his collea...

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The winner takes it all?

With elections knocking on Romania’s door, the current government coalition has finalized the latest changes made to the electoral system so that MPs will now be elected on a single vote

Like rats from a sinking ship...

With the elections knocking on Romania’s door, the ruling party is taking all the aces it has been keeping up its sleeve and putting them on the table with a flourish

Better the devil you know?

The elections are fast approaching and it seems like we are entering deeper and deeper into what is officially called the electoral campaign

WINNERS of the Romanian Energy Awards 2012 Gala

The Diplomat-Bucharest awarded the excellence in the Romanian energy sector during the "Romanian Energy Awards 2012" gala.
The elite event, at which participated over 150 personalities - ...

Funds and games

We all rejoiced when Romania joined the European Union. The year was 2007 and we all hoped that our lives would change significantly, obviously for the better, especially in terms of income

New Romanian politics: tarring everyone with the same brush

Once again Romanians are in the spotlight of the foreign media. This time it’s not the usual round of accusations of corruption or criminality, but because thousands of citizens have been protes...

Few signs of a prosperous New Year

As the festive season approaches, we at The Diplomat – Bucharest have another reason to celebrate: our eighth anniversary on the market. It’s an achievement we’re proud of – especially given tha...

The King’s speech throws less than regal light on local politics

One of October’s main political events was, undoubtedly, the national council of the Social Democrat Party (PSD)

Are we the authors of our own misfortune?

One of the hot topics of the last month has been the TV show featuring a group of French comedians, broadcast by a major TV station in the Hexagon, mocking Romanians whom it describes as dirty b...

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How many cars does it take to drive the economy forward?

One of the indicators that show us how a country’s economy is faring is undoubtedly consumption. Let’s take for instance the auto market

How the small became big

One of the hot topics of recent weeks has been Romania’s potential territorial re-division. But nobody knows the real reasons why the idea was made the subject of public debate...

Statistically speaking, we're fine

The March statistics on net salary income show an 80 RON hike in absolute value. This is up on the February figures, but down year on year. Are we to understand that we are fine or are we kiddin...

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Principles Governing Foreign Investments in Romania

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URBB posts record production figure in 2017
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Cristian Busu has been reappointed president of Electrica's board
Cristian Busu has been reappointed president of Electrica board, the electric energy supplier. He is a member of the board since 2014 and was chosen in this position during the Council's meeting on November 13,...

Transelectrica inaugurated the Campia Turzii station, fully refurbished with 9 million Euro
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CTP starts CSR project for the workforce market nearby Bucharest
CTP is starting a social responsibility program that aims to facilitate a series of meetings between high school students and representatives of important companies that are tenants in the parks owned by CTP ne...