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Vol 14, no. 3, September 2018
The Diplomat Bucharest

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ECONOMICS NEWS
September 2018

 

FEATURES

  • Retailers redouble expansion efforts

    In spite of the drop in consumption over the last three years, retailers have been active in the development process, buying new land and opening new retail schemes. The change came this year, when the National Statistics Institute announced a consumption increase of four per cent in the first six months of 2012, after three years of decreases. The Diplomat - Bucharest takes a look at what is happening on the market, who are the

  • United States: austerity measures necessary

    The USA argues that Government cuts to salaries are a painful but necessary measure to combat the budget deficit. Michael Bird talks to Jeri Guthrie Corn, deputy chief of mission in the U.S. Embassy

 
 

BUSINESS LEADER

New times-New offices

New times-New officesInterview with Antoniu Panait, Managing Director of Vastint Romania.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Global electric car sales to exceed one million units for the first time in 2018

Global electric car sales to exceed one million units for the first time in 2018The global electric vehicle market rose significantly in 2018 and could exceed 1 million units sold by the end of the year. The results after nine months show that Tesla is the new global leader and that the Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance has been overtaken by BYD Chinese.

Meet the finalists and the winners of the first Automotive Awards Gala by The Diplomat-Bucharest!

Meet the finalists and the winners of the first Automotive Awards Gala by The Diplomat-Bucharest!Automotive Today powered by The Diplomat-Bucharest organizes Automotive Forum & Awards for Excellence Gala 2018 on 13 November at JW Marriott Hotel in Bucharest - Constanta Ballroom, starting at 15:00.

New real estate bubble? It depends on who you ask

New real estate bubble? It depends on who you askRomania's GDP has been outperforming those of neighbouring CEE countries as of last year, but its Central Bank warns that the mortgage bonanza might lead to a second real estate bubble. With market analysts pointing to a dynamic evolution of the local residential scene, The Diplomat - Bucharest takes a closer look at this year's prospects.