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Issued once at every 2 years and written by NRCC members, the guide is a must-read for any Dutch company that considers nearshoring or opening a branch in Romania, as it presents the advantages and challenges in doing business here.See more
The third edition of the Embassies Festival takes place between September 7 and September 10 in several locations in Bucharest. The event, held under the One World headline, brings together a host of events displaying the cultural richness of 35 countries from 6 continents. The events cover film screenings, exhibitions, world music and dance performances,
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Local Renascendis Association is currently working on a project aimed at making a complete inventory of objects of historical and artistic value preserved in the Evangelical parishes of Carta, Bruiu, Gherdeal and Somartin in Sibiu county, and Cincu, Toarcla and Cincsor in Brasov county. Within this project, which will end in late September, the association
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The Romanian Border Police at the Stamora-Moravita border crossing point, Timis County, caught two young French citizens while they were trying to enter the country illegally with 18 grams of hash. Moreover, two other French citizens, friends with the first two, were caught at the same border point carrying an anabolic steroid and a vegetable
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Bucharest City Hall is once again replacing the turf at the National Arena stadium in the Romanian capital, the work being expected to be completed by Friday, August 18. This is the eighth time the turf is being changed in the last six years since the stadium was inaugurated. The Bucharest authorities decided to replace
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The fourth edition of Bucharest GreenSounds Festival will take place in Herastrau Park this weekend, from August 18 to August 20. The lineup includes Italian reggae artist Alborosie, English electronic band Morcheeba, Dutch alternative rock band De Staat, Jazzanova Live feat. Paul Randolph, and The Baseballs. Alborosie, the beloved Italian artist of reggae music, will
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Israeli group Plaza Centers, which owns the Radisson Blu hotel in Bucharest, has sold a plot of 32,000 sqm in Timisoara, reports local Ziarul Financiar. In 2015, the group received the permit to build a shopping center on that land, whose anchor had to be Auchan. However, the project didn’t go through. The information on
Romania’s Agency for Payments and Intervention for Agriculture (APIA) has initiated a tender for maintenance, expansion and development of its IT system. The three-year contract is estimated at RON 97.4 million (EUR 21.3 million), without VAT, reports local Profit.ro. The offers will be opened in the second part of September. At the end of June,
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Multinationals active in Romania will no longer have a 100% tax exemption (deductibility) on the amounts received as loan reimbursements from their subsidiaries in Romania. They would benefit from a deductibility ceiling of only 30% of these amounts, according to the draft ordinance that will change the Tax Code from January 1, 2018, reports local
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OTP Bank, the Romanian subsidiary of the largest Hungarian banking group, recorded a loss of RON 6.6 million (EUR 1.4 million) in the second quarter of the year, according to the group’s data. By comparison, the local bank saw a profit of RON 19 million (EUR 4.1 million) in the first three months of this
Romania’s economy went up by 5.9% in the second quarter of this year compared to the same period of 2016, in gross terms. The GDP growth accelerated from 5.7% in the first quarter. In seasonally adjusted terms, the second-quarter increase was 5.7%, according to preliminary data from the National Statistics Institute (INS). The local economy
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Having as specific goals to represent members’ interests and support a favourable business environment in Romania, NRCC created Task Forces, member-driven and industry-focused working groups. We focus on IT&C, Transport & Logistics and Agriculture, industries where Netherlands has a strong expertise and Romania, a great potential.See more