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'The Diplomat - Bucharest' aims to bring a fair and balanced analysis and comprehensive coverage of the political and business scene in Romania.

September 2009 - From the Print Edition

Our reporting team speaks to key figures in business, economics, political parties, non-Governmental organisations and the people their decisions affect.
Accuracy, clear information and objectivity are the core principles of the magazine, while the editorial policy remains free from political influence and shadowy interests.
In over four years of in-depth reporting on the Romanian market, the magazine has generated specialists who have carved out a niche of coverage on Romania's top business sectors, from infrastructure and energy to real estate, finance and legal industry, while also offering penetrating features on politics and culture.



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