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Ponta: Romania could negotiate a new agreement with the IMF after the current stand-by agreement expires in 2015
Romania could negotiate a new agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) after the current stand-by agreement expires in 2015, Premier Victor Ponta stated on Wednesday, Reuters informs.

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Fortumo Launches Subscription Billing for Windows Phone & Windows 8
The mobile payments company Fortumo is today announcing that it has launched subscription payments using carrier billing for Windows Phone and Windows 8. Developers building apps f

Fitch: Romanian banking system clean-up to continue in 2015
Banks in Romania will continue next year the process of eliminating bad credits from their balance sheets, a process that started in 2014, according to Fitch Ratings, which notes that the results of the banking system clean-up are expected in the following period.

Helicopter crashes into lake in Romania, 3 missing
Authorities say a helicopter carrying four people has crashed into an icy lake in southeast Romania. One person was rescued and a search is underway for the other three.

100% OFF on international calls to Romania on December 1st, with offers a special National Day offer: free international calls to any landline in Romania, on December 1st (PRWeb November 30, 2014) Read the full story at

Dedeman maintained the first position in Top 50
The latest edition of the Top 50 Best Performers Study, conducted by Coface Romania for brings together the Romanian companies, remarkable for their business development, in terms of maintaining their financial balance while the invoices were paid in due time.

Romania to seek EU-IMF permission to boost defence budget
(BUCHAREST ) - Romania will seek permission from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union to increase its defence budget next year in view of the separatist rebellion in neighbouring Ukraine, the finance minister said Monday.

People traffickers 'controlling 50 victims at once using webcams'
European police said internet technology allowed the 'industrialisation' of people trafficking. Credit: DPA People traffickers are exploiting social media and the internet to entrap and control victims, forcing them into prostitution and other criminal activity, the head of the European policing agency has warned.

Archive for December 2nd, 2014
The exhibition “Behaviour Patterns in the 18th Century”, available for visitors during December 5 – April 19 in the Stirbei Corps of Romania’s National Art Museum (MNAR) in Bucharest, will be officially opened on Thursday, starting at 6:30 pm.

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