Press Review 12 Oct 12

Romania Press Review – October 12, 2012

President Traian Basescu is an official visit in Turkmenistan, France will ease access to its labor market for Bulgarians and Romanians, Retailer Carrefour  has started a pilot scheme selling Romanian products in a Bucharest store

Marian Chiriac
Bucharest

HOTNEWS.RO
President Traian Basescu is an official visit in Turkmenistan, where he will try to promote economic interests of Romania

RFI
France will ease access to its labor market for Bulgarians and Romanians, dropping restrictions for a total of 291 jobs, up from the current 150, in sectors where employers find it hard to recruit staff.

FINANTISTII
Retailer Carrefour  has started a pilot scheme selling Romanian products in a Bucharest store in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, which will later be extended to all its stores

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

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