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14/06/2012 / Agenda Zilei
The Romanian Government approved a decision on launching to contest in 2012 the vacant research and teaching positions in state higher education institutions, which were blocked in 2009. There are about 2381 positions of: professor, assistant lecturer, researcher. According to the document approved... details
14/06/2012 / Timis Online
The company managers in West Region, Romania are optimistic. They anticipate that the economy will grow stronger and will have to hire new people. The increase would be of 20%. The latest Manpower Employment Outlook survey shows that Romanian employers anticipate a stable rate of employment for the... details
12/06/2012 / Ziarul Financiar
Gartner, one of the largest research and analysis of The IT industry in the world, will expand its investments in Romania, stated Oldrich Príklenk, CEO of KPC-Group, the company's exclusive representative for Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania. „We will increas our  investments  in Romania a... details
12/06/2012 / Ziarul Financiar
The Americans from Gap International, a company specialized in providing strategic consulting services for business growth, announced the entrance on the local market through a partnership with NTT Partners. The company representatives argue that this is the first start-up which offers such service... details
30/05/2012 / Timis Online
A world leader in production and design of car safety equipment, Autoliv has decided to expand its operations in Timisoara by signing a contract to expand the leased area in City Business Center. Thus, from this autumn, the Swedish company will occupy an area of 2.800 square meters in D building of ... details
28/05/2012 / Hotnews
Romania remains among the world's most attractive markets for renewable energy, according to the new Country Attractiveness Indices report, released by Ernst & Young. The index calculated by Ernst & Young for the last three months places Romania before Poland and Ireland. The general index,... details
25/05/2012 / Ziarul Financiar
A company from South Korea intends to invest about 150 million dollars in Romania in a factory of auto parts, tires and airbags. The investment could be launched in the near future, according to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Business. The project was discussed by the board of Hyosung Corporati... details