All posts tagged Romania

  • Bulgaria, Romania agree fees for Danube Bridge 2
    June 10, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Cars will be charged six euro to cross Danube Bridge 2 between Bulgaria and Romania, while the fees for lorries will reach as high as 37 euro, according to the […]

  • Romania hosting world wine congress from June 2 to 7
    June 5, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Bucharest is hosting the 36th world wine and vine congress, attended by 550 participants from 44 countries, 45 years after Romania was host to a similar event, in 1968. Romanian […]

  • Romania expels ‘cowboy’ jihadists
    May 24, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Two foreigners suspected of planning terrors attacks have been arrested and then expelled by the Romanian authorities, the Romanian home intelligence service SRI said on May 24 2013. According to […]

  • Latest row exposes rifts in Romania’s ruling coalition
    May 20, 2013, by Alex Bivol

    The two largest parties in Romania’s ruling coalition are set to re-negotiate their alliance agreement after a row last week threatened to split the coalition, prime minister Victor Ponta said […]

  • Global credit card fraud network bust, with arrests in Romania
    March 29, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Forty-four members of a global credit card fraud network have been arrested in a joint operation co-ordinated by the Romanian Cybercrime Unit in Romania, in close co-operation with Europol’s European […]

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    Microsoft under investigation in US for alleged bribes in Romania
    March 20, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    The US justice department and securities regulator were investigating Microsoft after a former company representative made allegations that Microsoft business partners bribed government officials in China, Italy and Romania in […]

  • Romania’s election – hard figures and a hard future
    December 14, 2012, by Alex Bivol

    Romania boasts the largest administrative building in the world, the Parliament Palace that is home to its bicameral parliament – fittingly, perhaps, it will now boast one of the largest […]