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Arutz Sheva Israel News
Report: Romania Restricting Contact with Yesha
Months of Israeli attempts to import construction workers from Romania broke up because of the Bucharest government's demand that Israel promise, in writing, that the workers not be employed beyond the 1949 Armistice Line, according to a Tuesday-morning report by Israel Defense Forces Radio .
Mon Dec 09, 2013
CEC Bank loan granted to Ioana Basescu found compliant with lender's internal rules
Dec. 09 -- BUCHAREST -- The loan released by CEC Bank to Ioana Basescu was in compliance with the banking institution's internal rules and with the central bank's prudential regulations, head of the National Bank's Supervision Directorate Nicolae Cinteza declared on Monday.
The New Zealand Herald
Romania delays diesel price hike amid resistance
Romania's prime minister said Monday he will delay a proposed diesel fuel tax increase that the president has opposed, but go ahead with one on gasoline.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
New Market Report Now Available: Romania Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Report Q1 2014
This is moderating health insurance revenues for the state insurer. The partial removal of elements of the clawback tax will undoubtedly provide the industry with a slight boost this year, as will pressure from creditors to repay debts and companies on time.
Chevron resumes Romania shale search operations after protest
U.S. oil major Chevron started work again at its shale exploration site in eastern Romania on Sunday, a day after hundreds of anti-fracking protesters stopped operations there.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Bucharest opens first ice supermarket for Christmas
From this weekend to Christmas Eve, the Profi ice shop, installed in the central George Enescu Square, offers to customers more than 500 very diverse products, from food to clothes.
First Romanian murdered by Prime Minister Ponta gendarmes: ay VASLUI Romania
We hoped that the woman in the chaos out there misunderstood . But here it was not to be.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Charlotte Observer
Final suspect in Dutch art heist arrested
BUCHAREST, Romania British police have arrested the final suspect in the theft of paintings by Matisse, Picasso and Monet from a Dutch museum.
BRIEF: Cinteza: Transaction on selling RIB ends on Wednesday, Getin...
Dec. 05 -- BUCHAREST -- The transaction on selling the Romanian International Bank ended on December 4 and the Getin group of Poland is fully-fledged shareholder, head of the surveillance directorate of the National Bank of Romania Nicolae Cinteza told the Romanian Banking Forum on Thursday.
Glaxo Smith Kline Romania: A New CSR Report All about Trust
I was just reading a post from the indefatigable Barbara Kimmel Brooks, the key mover and shaker behind Trust in America, an organization that is leading some truly inspiring work about the importance of trust in business.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
News of the day From Across the Globe, December 6
Militants held off police from their rooftop position on six-story Jawahir mall in Kirkuk overnight, throwing down grenades and firing on officers and civilians who tried to flee the fighting.
Poland Faces Torture Claims in Court, Putin Sacks Chechnya's Chief Investigator
Plus, the secrets of Russia's 'dead road' are brought to light, and Berlusconi reportedly plans to resurrect his career in Eastern Europe.
Chisinau Recognizes Romanian As Official Language
Moldova has endorsed Romanian as its language. The country's Constitutional Court has ruled that the "Moldovan" language will be replaced by Romanian as the former Soviet republic's official tongue.
Moldovans now officially speak Romanian
Moldovans and Romanians speak the same language with slight variations due to different historical influences.
Moldovan court rules official language is 'Romanian,' replacing Soviet-flavoured 'Mouldovan'
Mouldovans and Romanians speak the same language with slight variations due to different historical influences.
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Why Europe does not need Ukraine without Russia
The European family does not really care about Ukraine, nor does it care about Russia.
Ex-Romanian diplomat Ionescu back in court to ask for postponement
Former Romanian diplomat Silviu Ionescu, who was convicted for causing two hit-and-run accidents in Singapore in 2009, appeared in a Bucharest court again on Thursday.
TAROM resumes Bucharest-Geneva flights after more than 22 years
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Times of Israel
Romanian film about Jewish bank robbers makes waves
"Nobody exactly knows to this day what really happened," Romanian film director Nae Caranfil says of the Ionid Gang, a group of Jewish intellectuals and high ranking Communist Party members who executed the most famous bank robbery behind the Iron Curtain.
The Daily Meal
The World Celebrates Local Food During Terra Madre Day
Tuesday, Dec. 10, will be a celebration of local food, all around the world. On this day, the international Slow Food network will celebrate fair, local food for the fifth year in a row.