Romania Insider
22 November 2010

*Finance Ministry has to raise EUR 1 billion from banks on Thursday – in Ziarul Financiar
*Only 14% of Romanian got a holiday during July – September – in Ziarul Financiar
*OTP lost EUR 7 million in the third quarter. Pressure moves to mortgage loans – in Ziarul Financiar
*Sanofi- Aventis, close to finalizing move of ten products to Bucharest. Exports start in in February – March – in Ziarul Financiar
*Romanians spend EUR 100 million a year on construction tools – in Ziarul Financiar

Romania Insider
21 November 2010

A collection of art pieces made by Constantin Brancusi, which belonged to artists Nicoleta Dumitrescu and Alexandru Istrati, will be auctioned in Paris on November 30. The collection is estimated to be worth between EUR 1.5 million and EUR 2 million. The collection includes three sculptures, 20 furniture pieces and objects made by or transformed by Brancusi for his daily use, along with some of his personal items.

Romania Insider
20 November 2010

Works on the underground car park in Universitate area in Bucharest have been slowed down by the discovery of 300 years old ruins, believed to be the premises of the Sfantu Sava Academy. Archeologists have been granted permission to unearth the ruins, but the Bucharest City Hall, which works on building the car park, says this will not affect the entire project, as they could incorporate the ruins into the car park.

Romania Insider
19 November 2010

U.S. Bechtel, the company that is building Romania’s Transylvania Highway plans to sack over 800 employees working on the highway, arguing the construction area is not ready for further works and the Romanian state has not paid its debts for works in 2010.

Romania Insider
19 November 2010

The largest work of the painter Nicolae Tonitza (1886-1940) entitled "Golgotha" was sold, in Bucharest, for EUR 125,000 euros, at an Artmark auction "12 +1 Impressionist masterpieces from private collections", at the Ghika Palace on Thursday evening. "Golgotha" has one square meter dimension and is the largest work of Nicolae Tonitza auctioned on the Romanian art market.

Romania Insider
22 November 2010

*Finance Ministry has to raise EUR 1 billion from banks on Thursday – in Ziarul Financiar
*Only 14% of Romanian got a holiday during July – September – in Ziarul Financiar
*OTP lost EUR 7 million in the third quarter. Pressure moves to mortgage loans – in Ziarul Financiar
*Sanofi- Aventis, close to finalizing move of ten products to Bucharest. Exports start in in February – March – in Ziarul Financiar
*Romanians spend EUR 100 million a year on construction tools – in Ziarul Financiar

Romania Insider
21 November 2010

A collection of art pieces made by Constantin Brancusi, which belonged to artists Nicoleta Dumitrescu and Alexandru Istrati, will be auctioned in Paris on November 30. The collection is estimated to be worth between EUR 1.5 million and EUR 2 million. The collection includes three sculptures, 20 furniture pieces and objects made by or transformed by Brancusi for his daily use, along with some of his personal items.

Romania Insider
20 November 2010

Works on the underground car park in Universitate area in Bucharest have been slowed down by the discovery of 300 years old ruins, believed to be the premises of the Sfantu Sava Academy. Archeologists have been granted permission to unearth the ruins, but the Bucharest City Hall, which works on building the car park, says this will not affect the entire project, as they could incorporate the ruins into the car park.

Romania Insider
19 November 2010

U.S. Bechtel, the company that is building Romania’s Transylvania Highway plans to sack over 800 employees working on the highway, arguing the construction area is not ready for further works and the Romanian state has not paid its debts for works in 2010.

Romania Insider
19 November 2010

The largest work of the painter Nicolae Tonitza (1886-1940) entitled "Golgotha" was sold, in Bucharest, for EUR 125,000 euros, at an Artmark auction "12 +1 Impressionist masterpieces from private collections", at the Ghika Palace on Thursday evening. "Golgotha" has one square meter dimension and is the largest work of Nicolae Tonitza auctioned on the Romanian art market.

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