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

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ECONOMICS NEWS
December 2018

 

FEATURES

  • Romania's nuclear bridge to the 2030s

  • Cultivating Romania’s agri potential

    With difficulties in accessing loans, no state-run research centres, unhelpful agricultural policies and almost no voices speaking up for Romanian interests in European forums, the local agricultural scene could fall 20 years behind against the European market if urgent measures aren’t taken. Over 130 decision makers from state institutions joined Romania’s top farmers and landowners to debate the pressing

 
 

BUSINESS LEADER

Ondrej Safar, CEZ Group: "Romania can become a hub for international smart solutions providers"

Ondrej Safar, CEZ Group: "We are already in the digital age, so the upward trend of implementing smart solutions is inevitable in all areas," he tells The Diplomat-Bucharest. "Especially in terms of utilities, a compatible approach is needed to allow data aggregation, process adjustments and interdependencies. Having only its own funds and short implementation times, it is difficult for Romania to implement such a strategy in all its regions."

EDITOR'S CHOICE

True hospitality in Bucharest

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

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.