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Vol 14, no. 4, December 2018
The Diplomat Bucharest

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POLITICS NEWS
December 2018

 

REPORTS

  • Private label wines pour forth in sour economic times

    Romanian private label wines have grown stronger in recent years, thanks to both foreign investment and family businesses that have been developed. The Diplomat - Bucharest spoke to the largest producers in this field and heard their stories and their future plans By Roxana Cristea

  • 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 correctly. However, there are always players who try to cheat - by narrowing down competition - as there are always referees who try to prevent this from happening. Alexandra Lopotaru looks into RCC's 2013 activity and weighs the upcoming games.

 
 

DECISION MAKER

IT and outsourcing have generated more than 10,000 well-paid jobs in Iasi

IT and outsourcing have generated more than 10,000 well-paid jobs in IasiIasi has become one of the most sought Tier-2 cities in Romania for IT and outsourcing, while European projects worth 133 million Euro have helped the city increase its competitiveness. Alexandra Cioboata talks to Mihai Chirica, the newly-appointed mayor of Iasi, to take the pulse of the city

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Romanian business - Flexibility and agility in a high-potential market

Romanian business - Flexibility and agility in a high-potential marketIt's anniversary time, with Romania celebrating its national day at a time when its image is coming into serious question at an international level. This month is also an anniversary landmark for The Diplomat - Bucharest, as the magazine celebrates its 14th year of high-level reporting locally.

True hospitality in Bucharest

True hospitality in BucharestInterview with Lior Bebera, General Manager InterContinental Bucharest