Dutch Ambassador to the EU: I do not believe Romania has a rule of lawNetherlands does not believe Romania is governed by the rule of law because there are still problem related to the reform of the judiciary in our country, Dutch Ambassador said at the EU. According to a coverage made by RFI radio quoting EU sources, Romania’s rule of law was contested last week at Brussels during a meeting of Ambassadors to the EU.
Bloomberg: Romania’s loan costs reached the lowest level in November Romania’s loan costs dropped to their smallest level in November after spending cuts increased the trust of investors, Bloomberg informs. IMF chief of mission in Romania, Jeffrey Franks declared last week in an interview for the news agency that the government should take advantage of the low cost on financial markets to cut debt on short term.
Protest rally at Helsinki against Roma beggars A protest rally was organized on Sunday in front of the Romanian Embassy to Helsinki against Roma beggars from Romania that spread in Finland. Two Finnish citizens decided to live for 12 days in a trailer and beg each day.
Spiegel: Romanians and Bulgarians become the problematic group in GermanySpiegel dedicates eight pages of its last but one number to Romania and one article in particular, signed by Ozlem Gezer reads that Bulgarians and Romanians become the problematic group in Germany. According to the journalist, Turks and Arabs are out of the spotlight in the theme regarding Germany’s integration policy failure. Poor, exploited, with illiterate children, they are EU citizens that do not fit any standard, the article reads.
E.Coli hysteria: Germany and Czech Republic do not import cucumbers from RomaniaGerman and the Czech Republic decided to block all contracts and not purchase cucumbers from Romanian producers and from those in the EU until the source of the contamination is established. Romanians export 160 tons of cucumbers each day, Agriculture Ministry state secretary Adrian Radulescu said for a news television.
Unemployment rate in the EU dropped in April to 9.4% Unemployment rate in the EU dropped in April to 9.4% from 9.5% in the previous month and the one in the euro zone was 9.9% to a similar level to the one registered in March according to Eurostat data. In the similar period of 2010, the unemployment rate was 9.7% in the EU and of 10.2% in the euro zone.
Lech Walesa refuses meeting with Barack Obama Lech Walesa, former leader of the Solidarity union, former President of Poland and winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1983 declared on Friday that he will not accept the invitation to meet with President Barack Obama, AFP reads. Walesa was due to meet the US President on Saturday.
Austria reintroduces temporary controls at borders on June 4-9Austria will reintroduce temporary controls at its borders started June 4 to June 9 2011, Romania’s Foreign Affairs Ministry informs in a press release. Austrian authorities took the measure to organize the World Economic Forum held this year in Vienna on June 8-9.
UPDATE Christine Lagarde announced her candidacy to the IMFFrench Finance minister Christine Lagarde announced officially her plans to run for director of the IMF, AFP informs. Lagarde is considered favored to occupy the position previously held by Dominique Strauss Kahn and is sustained by France, Germany and Great Britain.
Serbia Presidency confirms Boris Tadic's decision not to attend CEE summit due to KosovoA decision by Serbia President Boris Tadic not to attend the summit of Central and Eastern European countries, due to take place in Warsaw on May 27-28, has been confirmed in a press release of the the Serbian Presidency, quoted by news agency Tanjug. The reason is that Kosovo would not be presented asymmetrically compared to other participants at the summit, which is necessary at such high level reunions.
A company in Romania named company of the year in transfer prices sector in Central Europe A company in Romania, Transfer Pricing Services SRL was named company of the year in the transfer prices sector in Central Europe, by the publication International Tax Review reads. In the beginning of the year, International Tax Review addressed an invitation to consultancy companies in 26 European states to present the most concluding examples of their professional activities.
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