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Romania's next president says may try to topple government
By Radu-Sorin Marinas BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta said on Tuesday he favored bringing back former premier Calin Tariceanu as his successor, should he become president after an election that heads to a run-off on Nov. 16. A wealthy businessman and Ponta ally who first came to prominence shortly after the fall of Romania's communist rule in 1989, Tariceanu was also a ... Wind and its place in electricity generation.
The facts and figures covering the power we generate from wind need to be exposed. A least the solar energy enthusiasts regularly tell us just how enormous their capacity is, but the wind business seems more withdrawn, despite the fabulous energy available and its long history. Romania's taxing problem will still trouble incoming government
By Luiza Ilie BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Every morning, hundreds of traders pour into a cheap wholesale market in a northern suburb of Bucharest. But if the tax inspector calls, the bustle stops, shutters are quickly pulled down and the place falls silent. Tax dodging remains rife in Romania, despite demands for improvement from the European Union, which it joined in 2007, and the International ... Central European Media Enterprises Announces Refinancing of 2017 Fixed Rate Notes and Commitment to Refinance 2015 ...
Transaction Highlights Incoming Romanian president plans to topple cabinet in 2015
Romania's incoming president Klaus Iohannis said yesterday (18 November) his party might try to topple Prime Minister Victor Ponta's government next year, an early sign of the instability that might follow his surprise victory. A national vote is not due until 2016, but Iohannis, speaking in his capacity as leader of the centre-right opposition National Liberal Party, said his party might look ... Investors Must Differentiate Across Countries: Ades
Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Alberto Ades, co-head of global economics at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses emerging market growth and the impact of central bank rate moves on global economies. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.” 69 fraudulent credit cards seized during traffic stop
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Tuesday on IH-40, yielding 69 fraudulent Visa and MasterCard credit cards along with a machine used to produce the cards. Romania's taxing problem will trouble incoming government
Every morning, hundreds of traders pour into a cheap wholesale market in a northern suburb of Bucharest. But if the tax inspector calls, the bustle stops, shutters are quickly pulled down and the place falls silent. Africa's mobile money comes to Europe
Snapchat may be the latest application to offer a mobile payment feature, but the idea that made Snapcash possible was spawned more than seven years ago in Africa.