Press Review 10 Oct 12

Romania Press Review – October 10, 2012

Employees from TVR continue to protest, Investigation over allegedly fraud at Health Insurance House, Romania remains an attractive location for companies interested in shoring operations

Marian Chiriac
Bucharest

PAGINA DE MEDIA
Hundreds of employees of the public television TVR continue to protest against the dismissals at the station, where 872 positions will be terminated.

EVENIMENTUL ZILEI
Six offices of doctors and pharmacists where searched in Bucharest on the suspicion they have defrauded the National Health Insurance House by the fraudulent reimbursement of drug prescriptions.

FINANTISTII
Romania remains an attractive location for companies interested in shoring operations, according to a new study of the the region from Jones Lang LaSalle.

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

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