Category Actuality - news - page 4 - financiare.ro
 Home Page  | News  | Exchange Rates  | Interbank Rates  | Central Banks  | Capital Markets Authorities  | Romanian Banks  | Archive  | Romanian  
 Finance-Banks  | Economy  | Business  | Capital Markets  | Real Estate  | Cars  | Travel  | HR Careers Education  | Media  | IT & C  | Environment 

News in Actuality
Page: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Next

Romanian President Traian Basescu said Thursday the Interior Ministry will continue layoffs. Speaking after a meeting of Romania's highest defense body (CSAT), the president said discussions focused on further reorganizing the ministry. He added that the layoffs made so far have not affected the institution's operating capacity. read more...


The Government on Thursday took responsibility before Parliament for the draft law on organizing parliamentary and local elections in 2012 on the same day. read more...


Romania's Social Democratic Party (PSD, in opposition) on Monday requested that Senate President Mircea Geoana be replaced with Titus Corlatean. read more...


Romania’s Chamber of Deputies on Thursday failed to secure the necessary quorum to debate and vote on a bill that allows secret services to conduct criminal investigations and the bill was adopted tacitly. read more...


The Romanian opposition's motion against the changes to the heating aid system failed to receive the necessary number of votes Monday in the Senate. read more...


Romania's Government has called a meeting for Thursday evening to discuss mobile phone manufacturer Nokia's decision to close its plant in Jucu, Cluj county, people close to the matter told Mediafax. read more...


Over 150 unionists affiliated to the "Carte Alfa" union federation and the National Union Bloc (BNS) on Wednesday protested at the headquarters of the Labor Ministry displeased that authorities have not yet regulated activity sectors. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu on Tuesday signed the decrees releasing Leonard Orban from the position of presidential adviser and appointing him Minister of European Affairs. read more...


Sulfina Barbu was sworn in Monday before Romanian President Traian Basescu as the new Labor Minister, in the presence of Prime Minister Emil Boc, Lower House Speaker Roberta Anastase and Government officials. read more...


The Romanian Parliament’s committees for administration and European affairs on Monday endorsed Minister for European Affairs nominee Leonard Orban with a majority of votes. read more...




The Bucharest Court of Appeals on Monday approved TV owner Dan Diaconescu’s application to set up “People’s Party-Dan Diaconescu” (PP-DD). read more...


The Romanian National Integrity Agency (ANI) asked general prosecutors to investigate a possible conflict on interest in the case of several lawmakers who hired their first-degree relatives in parliamentary offices, the agency said in a press release Monday. read more...


Romanian customs authorities on Saturday are checking all seed and flower transports coming from the Netherlands, following suspicions of contamination with dangerous bacteria. read more...


Romanian democrat liberal Sulfina Barbu, whose appointment as labor minister was endorsed by President Traian Basescu on Friday evening, said one of her priorities is the welfare bill, which must be adopted by the Parliament as soon as possible. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu told private television Pro TV he pointed out during his visit to the United States that Romania cannot afford to buy F16 fighters without a long-term financing solution. read more...


Romanian President Traian Basescu on Friday signed the decrees dismissing Sebastian Lazaroiu from the position of Labor Minister and appointing Sulfina Barbu to replace him. read more...


Democrat liberal Adrian Radulescu has resigned from the position of state secretary with the Ministry of Agriculture after he was elected MP early September. read more...


U.S. Ambassador Mark Gitenstein said Thursday that one of the issues discussed by Romanian President Basescu in the USA was the purchase of F16 fighters, possibly through a regional agreement. read more...


Romania’s draft National Anticorruption Strategy for 2011-2014 sets a series of measures aimed to prevent corruption, such as declaring gifts, transparency in decision making, or setting a register noting code of conduct breaches by high officials and public servants. read more...


Presidential adviser and former EU commissioner Leonard Orban has the ruling coalition’s approval to be appointed minister for the Coordination of European Fund Absorption, people close to the matter told Mediafax Tuesday. read more...



Page: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Next
Categories
  • Finance-Banks
  • Economy
  • Business
  • Capital Markets
  • Real Estate
  • Cars
  • Travel
  • HR Careers Education
  • Media
  • IT & C
  • Environment
  • Energy
  • International
  • Insurance
  • Health
  • Transportation
  • Actuality
  • Agriculture


  • Publicitate pe acest site
    Copyright 1999-2017 Pandora Impex SRL.