about us | newsletter | contact | archive | members area
Bucharest is the best place in Europe for multilingual BPO»
  Reports:      REPORTS   |

Missile threat shifts to Black Sea

How can America’s anti-ballistic missile architecture expand into the land and waters of the Black Sea region? Michael Bird reports

November 2009 - From the Print Edition

The transformation of America’s security architecture for eastern Europe has thrown Romania into the spotlight as a key strategic location for defence against the threat of medium-range ballistic missiles.
US vice president Joe Biden made the first moves into this direction when, on a recent visit to Bucharest, he welcomed Romania’s “embrace” of the new US proposals for combating short and medium range airborne weaponry.
But it was unclear whether this could translate into Romania hos...

To continue reading this article you have to be registered
The content that you are trying to view is available only for the registered users.
If you want to read this article now, please subscribe for FREE
New user Already registered ?
As a registered user you will have a lot of benefits.
      Forgoten password

There are 0 comments:

Validation Code

0 Comments  |  14570 Views
Daily Info
Mircea Tudor, MB Telecom chief, in the competition for the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year

Mircea Tudor is one of the 65 entrepreneurs included in the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year Hall of Fame.

Bosch estimates 12-15 per cent business growth this year

The turnover of Bosch group in Romania last year reached 210 million Euro and the company estimates it could achieve a 12 to 15 per cent growth, according to a statement of Mi...

MedLife opens hyperclinic in Berceni with 1.2 million Euro

The new unit delivers 800 sqm and includes 18 specialty sections, including neurology, cardiology and pediatrics ecography.

Alcatel-Lucent puts 200,000 Euro in LTE lab in Timisoara

French Telecom equipments producer Alcatel-Lucent Romania announced it opened an LTE lab within the Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications of the Politehnica University...

Leaders in outsourcing market celebrated at this year's edition of Romanian Outsourcing Awards for Excellence

The Diplomat Bucharest organized on May 26, at InterContinental Hotel Bucharest, the first edition of ROMANIAN OUTSOURCING AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE, 2015.








More on Reports
Romanian Outsourcing Summit 2015 - What's next?

In the context of a growing industry that set Romania among top outsourcing destinations worldwide, The Diplomat - Bucharest organised 'Romanian Outsourcing Summit 2015' to...

1 Comment

Thermal Energy Forum 2015: Romania should turn up the heat

Romania's district heating network has seriously decayed over the years due to poor management and lack of investments in the sector. If more than 300 DHN units were functi...

2014 the hardest year for green energy

At the end of 2014, the Government announced that the mandatory annual renewable energy quota would be set to 11.9 per cent share within the gross energy consumption in 201...

With the Gas market still emergent, all hopes immerse in the Black Sea

Romania has over 150-year history in oil and gas production and looks with great hopes in the deep of the Black Sea, expecting to find new deposits, especially natural gas...

Less is sweeter, or is it?

After a record wine production in 2013, this year, less lucky in terms of weather, will bring up to 15 per cent less wine on the shelves and tables. We don't know if in the...

The state subsidy, a godsend for private companies

The large energy consumers have recently received some good news from the Government. They are no longer obliged to buy every green certificate issued as required by existi...

Game of competition. Who is calling the shots?

Everything is possible in love and war, they say, but not when it comes to competition. The local business sector should play a fair competitive game in order to evolve cor...