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Sporty makeup for BMW

How do you make a 3 series stand out from the crowd? BMW has the answer and a price tag for an expensive makeup that will add sporty glitter to your rig. By Adrian Ion

The Kuga-r on the road

Long gone are the days where off-road cars were just boxes on wheels, with little motivation from the manufacturers to invest in the aesthetic aspect of the go-anywhere vehicles. But also long g...

The new Fiesta set to make a buzz

The new Ford Fiesta is making a big entrance, betting on its award-winning 1.0 liter petrol engine performances and a sleek, stylish look. Ford invited The Diplomat – Bucharest on a two-day te...

Where is the limit?

About two years ago, I was writing about the phenomenal bi-turbo engine developed by BMW, which solved one of the major drawbacks of these oil burning machines, the turbo lag. But guess what... ...

Romania's trendy new people carrier

It′s the end of the year, and having recently celebrated Romania′s National Day in December, I thought I should introduce a car proudly manufactured here. Romania′s new sweethe...

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BMW 6 Series shows Gran ambition

So, the last of Germany's three car kings joins the club of adding two more doors in the coupe segment. Typical fashion victims, cars are being reinvented in classes and breeds never seen before...

Moving up on the car ladder

The 3 series from BMW is one of the best loved car models by tuning enthusiasts, with a whole culture developed around it

The purist is back

With the launch of the new 911, Porsche shows how an almost perfect sports car can be improved

Evolution, not revolution

Mercedes has launched the third generation M Klass, one of the best-selling SUVs on the market. The Diplomat - Bucharest tested it

New Q joins the queue

The Audi Q3 is a car that offers more than you might expect. By Adrian Ion

Is the Series 1 still the One?

The compact car class is the most hotly disputed in terms of sales volumes, so naturally manufacturers are embroiled in a fierce battle to grab as much as possible from the market share pie. Cas...

Mercedes SLK gets A-OK

The third generation of one of the hottest and most successful convertibles, the Mercedes SLK, is hitting the streets – in a big way! Trying to get away from the model’s image as a convertible f...

Riding the wind of change

The new Ford Focus brings sophisticated technology to the compact car segment. The Diplomat – Bucharest finds if the new model lives up to its heritage as a driver’s car. By Adrian Ion

The insignia of the bourgeoisie

Opel is starting afresh with a new design for the Insignia, its mid-range model that is the latest salvo in the carmaker’s ongoing battle with Ford and Volkswagen. So will it cruise the reviews ...

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Contract for the purchase of 227 Piranha V armored personnel carriers, signed in presence of PM Tudose

The contract for the purchase of 227 Piranha V armored personnel carriers was signed on Friday in the presence of Prime Minister Mihai Tudose, Deputy Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu and Defense Mi...

President Iohannis: The Romanian society is mature and active and needs a state to match it

President Klaus Iohannis stated, on the occasion of the annual meeting with the heads of diplomatic missions accredited in Bucharest, that the Romanian society is a mature one, which proved capa...

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Iohannis: Justice independence, public positions' integrity are constitutional values not to be negotiated

Promoting the rule of law and Justice independence, fighting against corruption, ensuring integrity in public positions and dignities are constitutional values that cannot be negotiated, Preside...

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President Iohannis meeting Juncker and Tusk in Brussels, modifications in Romanian justice among topics

President Klaus Iohannis is to meet on Wednesday, in Brussels, with President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and with President of the European Council Donald Tusk, according to ...

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PM-designate Dancila: "It's important to implement governing programme"

Prime Minister-designate Viorica Dancila stated that it's important to put into practice the governing programme, but also 2018- the Centennial Year and prepare to take over the Presidency of th...

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Iohannis: Romania's progress bound to stable legislation able to punish abuses

Romania's progress is inseparably bound to a coherent, stable legislation able to punish abuses and dishonesty, said President Klaus Iohannis, pointing out that the government has the obligation...

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Mihai Tudose announces his resignation as prime minister

Mihai Tudose announced on Monday evening, at the end of the Social Democrat Party (PSD) National Executive Committee (CExN) meeting, that he resigns as prime minister of Romania. "I am leaving w...

Garanti Leasing signs a loan agreement for 15 million Euro with EFSE

Garanti Leasing, part of Garanti Romania, has signed a loan agreement of 15 million Euro with the European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE). The facility is meant to increase access to financing...

BNI Romania members registered 50 per cent higher turnover in 2017

BNI Romania, member of the global network of reference-based professional networking, Business Networking International, registered a turnover of 6.2 million Euro in 2017, 50 per cent more than ...

European Commission grants Romania 800 million Euro to finish 2007-2013 projects

The European Commission (EC) has granted Romania 800 million Euro to help it finalize some big projects started during the 2007-2013 financial exercise.

Ministry of Public Finances set to issue Euro-bonds worth 8 billion Euro in the next two years

The Ministry of Public Finances (MFP) contemplates issuing Euro-bonds worth approximately 8 billion Euro (equivalent) over 2018-2019, in the context of the implementation of the annual plan for ...

EIB supports the modernisation of infrastructure in Oradea

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is lending 21 million Euro to the Municipality of Oradea to finance improvements to its urban infrastructure. EIB funds will also support investments targeting...

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EIB offers Romania 13 billion Euro financing in 25 years
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has granted Romania 13 billion Euro worth of loans since starting its operations in the country, in 1992, according to a report of the institution.

Germanos stores in Romania rebrand into Telekom
Telekom Romania, the second-biggest telecom group on the local market, has started the rebranding process of the Germanos shops into Telekom.

OMV Petrom doubled its profit last year
OMV Petrom had a 2.49 billion RON profit in 2017, more than double than it had recorded in 2016 (1.04 billion RON), according to a report by the company.

Complet Electro Serv appoints Cristian Laza as new CEO
Complet Electro Serv, part of Altex Romania, has appointed Cristian Laza as CEO of Complet Electro Serv, producer and distributor of electric-IT equipments.

Mol Group posts highest profit in a decade in 2017
Mol Group announced its financial results for 2017. Mol increased its EBITDA by 14 per cent outperforming its 2017 target on the back of a strong financial and operational delivery of all business segments....