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

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EDITORIAL
December 2018

 

FEATURES

  • Insolvency firms go for broke

    While construction and transportation companies have been the most likely to fall prey to insolvency, specialists say that small and medium retailers, pharmaceuticals, IT and heavy industry firms are starting to join them in higher numbers. By Dana Verdes and Magda Purice

  • Austria trusts Romania and seeks strong ties

    Before ending his four-year mission in Romania in mid-September, Michael Schwarzinger, the Austrian Ambassador to Bucharest when the interview was conducted, discussed with The Diplomat's Alexandra Lopotaru the status of the second-largest foreign investor on the local market, with 11 billion Euro of injected capital, and stressed the links that tightened the two countries over the years

 
 

EDITOR'S CHOICE

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.

True hospitality in Bucharest

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