Vol. 4 No.3  


The Diplomat Guides

Bucharest Hotel Guide 2007

Guide to the biggest names in local law - Bucharest 2009

Bucharest - International School Guide

1. Rebuilding ties: Celebrating the reopening of the South African Embassy in Romania, Ambassador Duduzile Moerane-Khoza talked about the strong relations developed over the years between the two countries, which include large investments such as beer group SAB Miller’s takeover of Ursus Breweries. Now Romanians can also apply for visas for South Africa in the Embassy in Bucharest.

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2. Celebrating the opening of office building Anchor Plaza Metropol, developed by the Turkish Anchor Group on Blvd Timisoara, President Abdullah Gul and the Minister of Development, Public Works and Housing, Laszlo Borbely, turned on the lights.

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3. Didier Lombard, president of France Telecom celebrates the ten million customers threshold reached by mobile operator Orange  in Romania.

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4.President Traian Basescu and his wife, Maria, were welcomed by the Swedish Royal Family, King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia (far left) and their two daughters, Princess Madeleine  and  Crown Princess Victoria (far right).

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5. Room with a view: Andrei Apetrei, general manager of Quantum Consulting and Management (QCM),
launched the new villa complex Adnana Residence located on Lacul Buftea.

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6. Latin connection: Stefano Albarosa, CEO of Cefin Holding, Umberto Albarosa, member of the Administration Board, launched a joint venture agreement between Cefin Holding and the Valad Investment Fund to develop industrial parks.

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7. On 20 March The Diplomat organised the third edition of the Greek Investment Awards Gala, recognising the success of companies and businesspeople playing an active role in developing bilateral relations and investment between Romania and Greece. The gala was attended by new Greek Ambassador to Romania, Mr Georgios Poukamissas, representatives of the Romanian Government and over 130 leaders from the most important Greek companies.

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