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What the newspapers say: December 15, 2010 

de A.C.
Miercuri, 15 decembrie 2010, 10:01 English | Top News

​Bucharest is the city of 29 Lamborghini, 102 Ferrari and over 1,000 Porsche. One newspaper starts off a series of interviews with Romanian students who graduated from elite foreign universities and who decided to return to Romania to make a difference. Romania qualified in the EURO 2010 semifinals at handball. 

Bucharest is homing plenty expensive to very expensive cars, Gandul reads. The newspaper counted 29 Lamborghini, 102 Ferrari and over 1,000 Porsche cars. On average, in Bucharest, for each parking lot there are 10 drivers to dispute it because according to estimates Bucharest has over 1,7 million drivers who make use of only 188,090 parking lots including residency and public ones. 

Official data reveals that in Bucharest alone there are 1.2 million cars registered, plus another 500,000 cars that transit Bucharest daily. 

The newspaper attempted to draw a list of the very expensive cars that exist in Bucharest. The newspaper counted about 20,000 show off cars, excluding SUVs like Hyundai Santa Fe or Kia Sorento. 

There is 1 Bugatti registered in Bucharest, over 20 Buicks, 160 Cadillacs and about 100 Cryslers. The newspaper reads that there are also 102 Ferrari of which most are the F131 model. Other luxury cars are 29 Lamborghini, over 500 Lexus cars and about 100 Lincolns. 

Other show off cars are 120 Maserati and 10 Maybachs registered. Rolls Royce is represented by 48 cars while in Bucharest there are 250 Toyota Land Cruiser. 

Elsewhere in the news, Romania libera starts off a series of interviews with Romanian students who graduated from top foreign universities who decided to return to Romania, to make a difference. 

Today, the interview portrays Marian Stas, who graduated Harvard University and since he returned in Romania he lead several projects meant to develop the educational system, published 9 books, over 100 articles and  held several classes in top universities in Bucharest. 

He confessed that he returned to contribute to the educational system and make a difference. Stas is currently leading CODECS Foundation for Leadership and its leading program, of non formal education, Leaders of the Third Millennium developed in partnership with British Council. 

Evenimentul Zilei reads about the second victory of the Romanian national handball team, in the main group of the Euro 2010 competition, which qualified the team in the semifinals. 

The team trained by Radu Voina won against Montenegro with 23 to 21 after a dramatic match. Today, at 5:45 PM they will meet Russia. 

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