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Vol 14, no. 4, December 2018
The Diplomat Bucharest

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ECONOMICS NEWS
December 2018

 

FEATURES

  • State of uncertainty

    Lack of strong Government incentives and unclear laws are holding back rapid development of green energy in Romania

  • Green demand needs boost from local supply

    Romanian retailers are seeing a rising demand for eco-products, but local farmers lack incentives to boost home-grown supply. Report by Corina Ilie

 
 

BUSINESS LEADER

Richard Sareczky, Mol Limo: "We look at expansion locations across CEE including Romania"

Richard Sareczky, Mol Limo: Consumer mobility behaviour is changing, leading to up to one out of ten cars sold in 2030 potentially being a shared vehicle and the subsequent rise of a market for fit-for-purpose mobility solutions, says Richard Sareczky, managing director of Mol Limo.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

True hospitality in Bucharest

True hospitality in BucharestInterview with Lior Bebera, General Manager InterContinental Bucharest

Romanian business - Flexibility and agility in a high-potential market

Romanian business - Flexibility and agility in a high-potential marketIt's anniversary time, with Romania celebrating its national day at a time when its image is coming into serious question at an international level. This month is also an anniversary landmark for The Diplomat - Bucharest, as the magazine celebrates its 14th year of high-level reporting locally.