The strange, dark nights of Romania’s bear dancers – CNN International


CNN International

The strange, dark nights of Romania's bear dancers
CNN International
"Romania has a problem with out-migration because there are no jobs for people of working age," says Alhindawi. "They're all away in Italy or Spain or other places. "In rural areas it's mostly older people and very young kids, everyone else is gone
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Romania plans to sell 48-50 bln lei of domestic debt in 2016 – Reuters


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Romania plans to sell 48-50 bln lei of domestic debt in 2016
Reuters
Romania, which is rated an investment grade Baa3 by Moody's and BBB- by Fitch Ratings and S&P, has sold roughly 36.4 billion lei worth of domestic debt and 2 billion euros in 10- and 20-year Eurobonds this year. The country's current budget surplus and …
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Romania: from traditional to social media – Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso


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Romania: from traditional to social media
Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso
First of all, I do not place great trust in rankings. They depend on the methodology used, the people who fill out questionnaires or give interviews. What most interests me is progress – Romania has occupied mid-rank places for twenty years, I would

Romania agrees to raise minimum wage after talks with trade unions – Stuff.co.nz


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Romania agrees to raise minimum wage after talks with trade unions
Stuff.co.nz
Romania's government agreed with trade unions and employers to raise the minimum wage by 19 per cent to 1,250 lei (NZ$440) a month before tax starting from May, sealing a deal with trade unions and employers after two-week talks, it said on Wednesday.
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Romania agrees to raise minimum wage by 19 percent to $300 a month – Reuters


Reuters

Romania agrees to raise minimum wage by 19 percent to $300 a month
Reuters
BUCHAREST Romania's government agreed with trade unions and employers to raise the minimum wage by 19 percent to 1,250 lei ($300) a month before tax starting from May, sealing a deal with trade unions and employers after two-week talks, it said on …

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