New operators in the mobile and landline market will shake
up the costs of calls as operators battle over services to the
consumer. Does this mean there will be blood on the handset?
On a cold March afternoon, hundreds of people, mostly young, are staying out in the snow and sleet outside a mobile phone shop.
Cautious optimists - Netherlands investments
Though its citizens rejected the EU constitution and many are wary of further enlargement, The Netherlands has thrown its weight behind Romanian accession: its Ambassador to Romania Jaap Werner talks to Michael Bird.
With striking teachers and a budget less than many of its European
neighbours, school reform in Romania is slow, as Anca Pol talks to some
experts and offers an overview of Internationals Schools in the capital.
In April last year, then Minister of Education Mircea Miclea told The Diplomat that Parliament was due to vote on a new law aimed at linking the quality of teaching to the amount of funding a school receives.
Over 120 leading figures in business and politics attended the first
ever Greek Investment Awards Gala last month, celebrating the
dynamic partnership of Greek investors in Romania.