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Vol 14, no. 3, September 2018
The Diplomat Bucharest

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Romania struggles to save face ahead of Euro 2020

Romania struggles to save face ahead of Euro 2020With less than two years until the start of the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship, Romania struggles to finish its stadiums by kick-off time. And with roughly 200,000 fans flooding the capital city to cheer for their teams, the question lingers whether the city's transport infrastructure can meet minimum safety criteria. The Diplomat takes the pulse of the current state of play.

Suciu Popa assisted KMG International in creating the Kazakh-Romanian Investment Fund

Suciu Popa assisted KMG International in creating the Kazakh-Romanian Investment FundSuciu Popa & Associates represented KMG International (KMGI) in connection with the structuring and creation of the Kazakh-Romanian Investment Fund as a way to promote investments in a number of sectors of the Romanian economy such as energy and infrastructure, with projected investment values of aroung one billion USD.

Meet the finalists and the winners of the first Automotive Awards Gala by The Diplomat-Bucharest!

Meet the finalists and the winners of the first Automotive Awards Gala by The Diplomat-Bucharest!Automotive Today powered by The Diplomat-Bucharest organizes Automotive Forum & Awards for Excellence Gala 2018 on 13 November at JW Marriott Hotel in Bucharest - Constanta Ballroom, starting at 15:00.

MOL Group posts 835 million USD profit for the first nine months of 2018

MOL Group posts 835 million USD profit for the first nine months of 2018MOL Group announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2018. With a net profit of 323 million USD in Q3, the company reached a profit of 835 million USD for the first nine months of 2018.

New real estate bubble? It depends on who you ask

New real estate bubble? It depends on who you askRomania's GDP has been outperforming those of neighbouring CEE countries as of last year, but its Central Bank warns that the mortgage bonanza might lead to a second real estate bubble. With market analysts pointing to a dynamic evolution of the local residential scene, The Diplomat - Bucharest takes a closer look at this year's prospects.