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Limp Bizkit tops Electric Castle 2019 lineup

Posted by on Mar 23, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Limp Bizkit tops Electric Castle 2019 lineup

American rock band Limp Bizkit will top the list of artists attending the seventh edition of the Electric Castle Festival, which will take place on July 17-21, in Bonţida, near Cluj-Napoca, according to organizers, quoted by Mediafax. The Electric Castle audience has the chance to meet Fred Durst, one of the most iconic rock figures of the time, with the presence of Limp Bizkit on the Electric Castle 2019 poster, says Romania-Insider.com. The three Grammy awards and the over 40 million albums sold are the remarkable achievements of the...

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Romania pays start-up grants to entrepreneurs returning from abroad

Posted by on Mar 23, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Romania pays start-up grants to entrepreneurs returning from abroad

Some 60 Romanian entrepreneurs who returned from abroad signed on Friday, March 15, in Cluj-Napoca, the contracts for grants of EUR 40,000 each, Mediafax reported. The grants will help them start businesses in the country within the project “Diaspora ReSTART” implemented by the National Council of SMEs in Romania (CNIPMMR), says Romania-Insider.com. CNIPMMR President Florin Jianu, explained that the event is a result of the efforts made for Romanians to return home and “bring the entrepreneurship spirit from the...

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Hungary Today: Budapest-Bucharest High-Speed Railway? Both Governments Want It

Posted by on Mar 22, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Hungary Today: Budapest-Bucharest High-Speed Railway? Both Governments Want It

Last year, the Hungarian government ordered a feasibility study for the high-speed railway line it plans to build to Bucharest. The project will certainly be expensive, but it is not yet clear how the two countries will share the bill, says HungaryToday.hu. Péter Szíjjártó visited the Romanian-Hungarian community in Marosvásárhely (Târgu Mureș) in celebration of the Hungarian revolution of 1848. While there, the Foreign Minister confirmed the government’s commitment to building the high-speed railway line. Szíjjártó told...

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RE/MAX Luxury Group franchise enters two new cities

Posted by on Mar 21, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

RE/MAX Luxury Group franchise enters two new cities

Real estate agency RE/MAX Luxury Group from Cluj-Napoca will open two new franchised offices in Sibiu and Ramnicu Valcea. The owner of the RE/MAX Professionals franchise in Sibiu, Adrian Vasiu, will take over the RE/MAX Luxury Group management in Sibiu and also open a new office in Ramnicu Valcea under the same name. The total number of real estate agents in the three franchises will surpass 50, while the number of properties in the company’s portfolio will exceed 1,000, according to Business-Review.eu. The Luxury Group agency was founded in...

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Romanian mayor cuts downtown internet cables operators did not move underground

Posted by on Mar 21, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Romanian mayor cuts downtown internet cables operators did not move underground

Nicolae Robu, the mayor of Timişoara, has cut the aerial cables in the city’s downtown area. The move came after telecom operators ignored the City Hall’s requests to move the cables underground, he said. The mayor cut some of the TV and internet cables himself, alongside a team of workers from the City Hall, according to Romania-Insider.com. A 2009 local council decision compels TV, internet and telephony providers to move the cables underground, Stirileprotv.ro reported. Eight cable operators were impacted by the cuts. The residents...

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Siegfried Muresan, EPP: For each euro sent to EU, Romania received three euros back

Posted by on Mar 20, 2019 in EN, NEWS | 0 comments

Siegfried Muresan, EPP: For each euro sent to EU, Romania received three euros back

What does the European Union mean to the Romanians beyond the speeches on justice and the rule of law? Siegfried Mureşan, MEP of the European Parliament and the European People’s Party spokesman – explains what has been done in Romania with European money and why a message on the major contribution that the state pays to the EU is a fake one. “Since joining the EU on January 1, 2007, we have contributed € 17 billion to the Union budget and we received € 51 billion – free money, non-reimbursable funds, three times...

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Romania’s airport traffic up 8 percent in 2018

Posted by on Mar 19, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Romania’s airport traffic up 8 percent in 2018

Passenger air transport in Romania increased last year by 7.9 percent compared to 2017, with 21.81 million travellers, most of whom travelled through the Henri Coanda Airport in Bucharest, according to data provided by the National Institute of Statistics, quoted by Business-Review.eu. There were 6.95 million passengers who departed from the Henri Coanda Airport and 6.86 million who arrived on the airport, followed by Cluj Napoca’s Avram Iancu Airport (1.4 million departed and 1.37 million arrived) and Timisoara’s Traian Vuia Airport...

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Football: Romania vs Faroe Islands Preview

Posted by on Mar 19, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Football: Romania vs Faroe Islands Preview

Romania vs Faroe Islands match is going to be held on 26-th March at Stadionul Dr. Constantin Rădulescu (Cluj-Napoca), says LiveonScore.com. It’s a very  interesting football match in Euro 2020 – Qualification. They will  try to show us their best skills, combinations and tactics to win this match. The table position of Romania is 2-th place and has 0 point. The table position of Faroe Islands is 6-th place and has 0 point. The favorite team is Romania, But Faroe Islands will try to show us their best game and take minimum one point or...

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Employees at Nestle plant shut down in RO want fair severance payments

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Employees at Nestle plant shut down in RO want fair severance payments

The employees of the Nestle Timisoara plant, which is in process of shutting down, will protest starting Monday, March 18, Economica.net reported. They are dissatisfied with the fact that the company refuses to give them the same severance packages as those given to employees in other European countries where it has closed down plants, the federation of trade unions in the food industry FSIA announced, according to Romania-Insider.com. Swiss group Nestle will close down its sole production facility in Romania by the end of May. The factory,...

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Ikea to open its second store in Romania by summer

Posted by on Mar 16, 2019 in NEWS | 0 comments

Ikea to open its second store in Romania by summer

Swedish furniture retailer IKEA plans to open its second store in Romania by the beginning of the summer. The retailer will also open new “collection points”, places where customers can place and collect orders, in Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, and Constanta this year. “Last year, we opened IKEA’s first collection points in Brasov and Timisoara, and this year we plan to open collection points in Cluj-Napoca, Iasi, Constanta. We will also look for other cities,” Stefan Vanoverbeke, CEO of IKEA SEE, told local Profit.ro. IKEA opened...

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