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Romania’s Constitutional Court (CCR) postponed for June 5 its decision on whether the panels of

21 May 2019

Romanian online book retailer aims for a 30% increase in sales this year, to over RON 50

21 May 2019

Austrian oil group OMV is expanding the role of the group's headquarters in Vienna, re-locating from

21 May 2019

Romania’s insurance market, including both general and life insurance segments, increased by about 7

21 May 2019

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21 May 2019

Romanian transport minister Răzvan Cuc instructed the relevant bodies to terminate the contract

21 May 2019

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