Press Review 18 Nov 13

Romania Press Review – November 18, 2013

Church activities may remain tax-free. Steven Seagal adopts a stray dog. Earlier Black Friday for some retailers.

Bucharest

PRO TV

Church activities may remain tax-free as they are of general interest, according to deputy-prime minister Liviu Dragnea.

LIBERTATEA

US actor Steven Seagal has adopted a stray dog saying he wants to give an example for Romanians.

CAPITAL

Romania’s largest online retailers will organize the Black Friday campaign a week earlier this year.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy


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