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  • Romania - 247177 Words
    ROUGHGUIDES Romania THE ROUGH GUIDE to The Rough Guide to Romania written and researched by Tim Burford and Norm Longley NEW YORK • LONDON • DELHI Contents Colour section 1 Contexts 429 Introduction ............................... 6 Where to go ............................... 7 When to go .............................. 11 Things not to miss ................... 1 The historical framework ........ 41 Minorities and religions...
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  • Romania - Ecotourism in Romania - 2052 Words
    Fascinating Romania At the eastern edge of Europe, Romania is perhaps best known for its Black Sea resorts, such as Mamaia and the Greco-Byzantine port of Constanta, and the Danube delta, listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its rich wetlands and abundant bird-life. The Transylvanian Alps occupy much of the northern half of the country, the waters of their many spa resorts having been appreciated for their healing properties since Roman times. Romania offers a rich tapestry...
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  • When in Romania - 739 Words
    Case Study “When in Romania” “…When in Romania, do as Romanians do?” Mag. Martin Lechner, a 32 year old graduate of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, has worked for an Austrian chemical company for six years. His enthusiasm of the first years as the company’s marketing director has decreased considerably during the last months. Martin’s lack of motivation cannot be ascribed so much to his work as such than to the fact that at the moment there are no real...
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  • Romania Overview - 646 Words
    INTRODUCTION - SOME HISTORY about ROMANIA Before World War II, Romania was Europe's second-largest food produce. In 1938, per-capita national income reached $94, surpassing other present-day developed European countries such as Greece ($76) or Portugal ($81). However, the Romanian economy still lagged behind its Western European counterparts. The GDP of Romania between 1870 and 2008 in dollars. After World War I, the application of radical agricultural reforms and the passing of a new...
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  • The History of romania - 5954 Words
    40,000 year old modern human remains were discovered in present day Romania when the "Cave With Bones" was uncovered in 2002.[1] In 2011 older modern human remains were identified in the UK (Kents Cavern at 41,000BP) and Italy (Grotta del Cavallo at 43,000BP),[2] nonetheless the Romanian fossils are still among the oldest remains of Homo sapiens in Europe, so they may be representative of the first such people to have entered the continent.[3] The remains are especially interesting because they...
    5,954 Words | 17 Pages
  • Corruption in Romania - 2071 Words
    In the opinion of some, the extent to which corruption would surface as a visible trait of post-communist transition societies was completely unexpected and perhaps even treated with blatant disregard by most of the world. A prime example of this is the country of Romania, which has struggled with the aftermath of Nicolae Ceausescu and the resulting trail of corruption and ethical dilemmas leading well into the 21st century, far after his own death. Despite the birth of these perplexing...
    2,071 Words | 6 Pages
  • Traditions and Customs in Romania - 4036 Words
    Romania is situated in the southeast of Europe, to the north of the Balkan Mountains. It has a population of about 23 million inhabitants. Most of its people are of Roman origin-in fact, “Romania” means “land of the Romans”. But there are also Hungarians, Germans, Serbs, Tartars, and Russians who make up the rest of the population. The official language is Romanian, the only language of Latin origin in Eastern Europe. Brought up to respect religious traditions, the majority of Romanians is...
    4,036 Words | 10 Pages
  • Democratic Transitions in Romania - 797 Words
    Transitions to Democracy: An Analysis of Romania in Linz and Stepan's "Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation" Linz and Stepan's chapter on Romania in their book, "Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation" is a complete and well done analysis of the transition of the Romanian government after the death of Ceausescu and the effects of Ceausescu's sultanistic reign on that transition. Throughout the chapter, Linz and Stepan attempt to answer the question they postulate...
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  • Romania tourism generating region
    Romania and its potential as a tourism generating region There is no longer any doubt for anyone regarding the importance of tourism in today’s world. Why people travel, why they buy the holidays or business trips they buy, what makes them chose where and when they wish to travel, is very important to those who work in the tourism industry to understand and share. The academic books that dealt with these questions identified systems, enabling factors and motivations that lead to this...
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  • Heritage Tourism in Romania - 578 Words
    Lecturer: Student: Ramona Iacomi Task 2. Heritage Tourism in Romania The Palace of Parliament Built by Communist Party leader, Nicolae Ceausescu, the colossal Parliament Palace (formerly known as the People's Palace) is the second largest administrative building in the world after the Pentagon. It took 20,000 Bucharest - Parliament Palace workers and 700 architects to build. The palace boasts 12 stories, 1,100 rooms, a 328-ft-long lobby and four underground levels, including an...
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  • The Economic Problem Essay/Romania
    The Economic Problem Essay/Romania Romania is a small country in southeast Europe. After the Russo-Tunkin War of 1828-1829, they become Russian protectorates. Then nation became a kingdom in 1881 after the congress of Berlin. Romania started to be the command economy from then. The command economy is one where basic economic decisions are made by government on behalf of the people. Resources are owned in command by the people and allocated by the government. Therefore the central government...
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  • Romania/Political Structure - 386 Words
    POLITICAL STRUCTURE Romania is a democratic republic where administrative functions are shared between the president and the prime minister. The president is elected by popular vote, and resides at Cotroceni Palace. After the constitutional amendment which was in the 2003, the president's term is on one year longer, five years , when before was only 4 years. The prime minister is a head of the Romanian Government, which is based at Victoria Palace. The prime minister assigns the other members...
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  • American Cultural Influences on Young People of Romania
    American cultural influences on young people of Romania Research Realised by: PANU CRISTINA Bucharest 2012 American cultural influences on young people of Romania The Abstract The present study aims to present the phenomenon which affects the Romanian tradition. I speak here of pronounced dissemination of cultural elements from overseas in Romania. Thus, although it is well documented that the language, film, music, food and dresscode of Americans are well established in current...
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  • Romania Development Path in 19th Century: A Debate
    The debate on Romania's developmental path started in the second half of the 19th century. It is generally accepted nowadays that the philosopher and literary critic Titu Maiorescu (1840-1917) was the first outstanding intellectual who articulated a radical critique of the modernization program based on the implementation of Western-type institutions in Romania. It is in his seminal article "În contra direcţiei de astăzi în cultura română" (Against the current trend in Romanian culture),...
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  • Romania and the Casa Poporuluii: Past and Future Identities
    Romania and the Casa Poporuluii: Past and Future Identities Sitting prominently on the top of a small hill, at the end of the Bulevardul Unirii (Unity Boulevard), in central Bucharest, Romania, lays one of man’s great architectural achievements, Casa Poporului (House of the People). Casa Poporului is the second largest administrative building in the world, behind the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. (Nae,Turnock, p 207). With over 1,000 rooms, and made almost entirely of Romanian resources,...
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  • A Study on Foreigner's Perception of Romania as a Tourist Destination
    STUDY ON FOREIGNERS’ PERCEPTION ON ROMANIA’S IMAGE AS TOURISM DESTINATION Ruxandra-Irina POPESCU Alina-Georgiana PROFIROIU Abstract Romania’s image worldwide is a major priority for our public authorities. The aim of this study is to identify foreigners’ perception on Romania’s image as tourism destination departing from three research hypothesis: foreigners’ perception on Romania’s image as a result of Romanians behavior inside and outside the country’s borders, foreign visitors’...
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  • Reasons to Write"Romania" on Your Bucket List
    Reasons to write “Romania ” on your bucket list Many people are afraid of the world beyond their door, yet the vast majority of humans are not thieves, murderers or rapists. They are people just like you and me who are trying to get by, to help their families and go about living their lives. There is no race, religion or nationality that is exempt from this rule. How they go about living their lives might be different, but their general goals are the same. So here’s a list of things that I...
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  • Timken's Case Study - Market Entry at Romania
    TIMKEN CASE STUDY1Doan Thi Thu Ha Timken was known as a leading manufacturer of highly engineered bearings and alloy steels and famous for its tapered roller bearings with over 200 types in more than 30,000 sizes. It was also the market leader in mechanical seamless steel tubing and shipped more than one million tons of premium alloy steels annually. Timken was located in Canton, Ohio. However, its operation was not limited in Ohio but in twenty-five countries and employed over 20,000 people...
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  • Dacia - International trade study
    Dacia The Carpathian car that could It all started in a little place called … When thinking of international business success stories the last place anyone would think of looking is Romania; a country plagued by economic difficulties, political turmoil and social unrest. However it is here that one of the biggest names in the automotive industry, Renault, developed one the most successful low cost cars in the world, consequently establishing a...
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  • Hungary Pest Analysis - 621 Words
    Country Profile and PESTEL Analysis Political Factors Romania is an independent parliamentary republic with judicial, executive and legislative branches of government. the president serves as Romania’s chief of state. the prime minister serves as the head of the government and is appointed by the president with the consent of the parliament. the capital city is Bucharest. in accordance to risk assessment, Romania has low political risk. after the falling of communist regime, Romania has...
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  • Mihaela Ciupagea CV - 297 Words
    Mihaela Ciupagea Ceahlau Street, 5 Bucharest, 6th dristor Romania Phone: 0722 519 754 E-mail: Education In 2010 I went to George Cosbuc Bilingual National College for two years where I specialized in culture and civilization, human rights, social studies and language awareness. The chosen profile was Mathematics-Informatics. I have studied both English and German and I gained an A2 level certificate in German. In 2012 I attended Saint Sava National College with the...
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  • Communism in Eastern Europe - 4547 Words
    Communism in Eastern Europe Communism is a system of social organization in which all the economic and social aspects and activities are controlled by a single dominating party. In a communist state abolishment of private ownership is introduced. This is the explanation of communism in most of the dictionaries. However history has shown us that there is a lot more to communism that this definition tells us. When people mention communism, we think of Russia, Spain, Italy and Germany, all with...
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  • Analysis of the Mission and Vision - 620 Words
    Analysis of the mission and vision of OMV Petrom company and SWOT analysis Name: OMV PETROM S.A. Primary business/ activity: The company has activities in the business segments of Exploration and Production, Refining, Marketing, Gas and Power. Major markets: Petrom has proved oil and gas reserves of 854 mn boe, a maximum refining capacity of 8 million metric tones per year, approximately 540 filling stations in Romania and 270 filling stations in Moldova, Bulgaria and Serbia. Short...
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  • Hidden Transylvania - 1403 Words
    Hidden Transylvania When people think of Transylvania, they mostly have Dracula in mind. For some it is also about the medieval festival of Sighisoara, and for only a few, amongst who Prince Charles, it is all about the wonderful villages around Sibiu. There is more to Transylvania than these. This book does not want to be a travel guide, but a means to discover hidden Transylvania. I was born and raised in Brasov, also known as Kronstadt (Crown City). It is a very old and...
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  • Art During Communism - 660 Words
    Communist Art- Restraint or Challenge? What is art without freedom? Is it limited, or can it be constrained to blossom? Communism, in spite of its limitations imposed on expression and actions of citizens, has many times delivered a true inspiration for artists. During such harsh times, one of the few ways of entertaining were subtle ironic attacks on the political leaders and on the difficult life. Hidden, still, from the view of the secret police or any official of the time....
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  • The Russian Lipovans from the Heart of the Danube Delta
    The Russian Lipovans from the heart of the Danube Delta Hundreds of years ago, a group of stoutly and long bearded fishermen decided to leave their homeland in order to find a new place, where they could live in safety and peace. They have found what they were looking for in the beautiful and restful land of Romania. They were wise, religious men, who seemed characters taken from the biblical stories. All of them spoke Old Russian and were victims of pain and misery, just...
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  • Market Entry Strategy for Entry Into the Romanian Poultry Market Formal Business Report
    Team HotWings BISM 8900   This page intentionally left blank. MARKET ENTRY STRATEGY FOR ENTRY INTO THE ROMANIAN POULTRY MARKET FORMAL BUSINESS REPORT August 2009 Table of Contents Letter of Acceptance v Letter of Transmittal viii Executive Summary 1 Introduction 2 Country Risk Analysis 3 Economic Performance 4 Economic System and Development 4 Economic Strength 7 Agriculture 8 Inflation 9 Trade Balance 10 Employment 14...
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  • World Wide Fund for Nature
    PLAN Introduction…………………………………………………………………...……3 1. About World Wide Fund for nature…………………………………………4 1.1. History of WWF….………………..…………………………………4 1.2. History of the panda logo of WWF………...…………………………5 1.3. WWF's mission……………………………………………..………...6 2. WWF in Ukraine…………………………………………………………..7 2.1. WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme Office………………………..7 2.2. WWF’s mission………………………………………………………7 2.3. WWF guiding principles……………………………………………8 3. Danube-Carpathian Region………………………………………………….9 3.1....
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  • Ethnographic Report: Romanian Immigrant
    Ethnographic Observation Report The one-hour interview was conducted on July 17th 2013 of a middle-aged Romanian woman going by the pseudonym ‘Rachel’. Her story is an interesting and exciting one where her and her husband are able to escape their country in order to find better opportunity elsewhere. The mission for Rachel and her husband was to move to a country where their highly-specialized skill sets would be better appreciated. The country of Romania was under communist rule...
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  • Bucharest - 745 Words
    B U C H A R E S T Bucharest is the capital and largest city of Romania, located in the southeastern part of the country. The city is situated about 65 km north of the Danube River, near Ploieşti, on the banks of the Dîmboviţa River. Bucharest lies on a generally level plain and, including suburban districts, occupies an area of about 300 sq km. The first written appearance of the name Bucuresti dates from 1459, when it was recorded in a document of Vlad III the Impaler, the ruler of...
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  • How Would You Describe Your Country or Region and the People Who Live There?
    2. How would you describe your country or region and the people who live there? Although it is often cited that Moldova is the poorest country in Europe, it is a beautiful country with a fascinating history, culture and people. Its lush green hills, dense forests, and the wonderful sunflower fields are a treat to the eye. Vineyards and orchards occupy the biggest part of the country and the land is very fertile. Moldova has enriched its own culture adopting and maintaining some of the...
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  • A Short Autobiography - 274 Words
    My name is Iulia. I was born and raised in the beautiful city Sibiu, Romania which is located in Central Europe. I finished High School in my home town and now I am a student at the University “Alma Mater” Sibiu. Here I am studying to become an economist. I have an elder sister, her name is Oana, she has five children, four girls and one boy and she majored in Letters. She got married to a priest at the age of 19, so we didn’t spend as teenargers too much time together, to become to know each...
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  • Student - 350 Words
    I’m a student. Sergiu Nicolaescu was born on the 13th of April 1930, in Targu-Jiu, Romania. In his childhood, he spent a lot of time at the cinema. He was inspired by the films he saw 2 or 3 times, and he played "war" or "mystery" games with 30 fellow kids in the suburbs of his native town. After finishing high school, Nicolaescu was accepted by three colleges. He finally attended the Romanian Marine Corps. His father was an engineer, he worked for King Michael. Therefore, after the King's...
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  • Coffee Delight - 751 Words
    The main argument towards investing into the UK is that the business is already established in terms of finance as well as the public image and brand. This is supported by the data shown in the case study, mainly that coffee delight managed to earn more profit despite cutting down the budget by 10%. One of the main consequences of decreasing the budget is that the quality of products and service will decline. This may have happened but the fact that coffee delight was able to increase its...
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  • Advanced Logistics - 442 Words
    Tempo Ltd Ashley M. Powers BUS 632 – Advanced Logistics 08/27/2012 Doctor Erick Aguilar Tempo Ltd Tempo Ltd. is a company in Antalya, Turkey established by eutrepreuer, Faith Terim, in 1989. “The focus of his business was to buy goods from nearby foreign sources and then find buyers for those products in the domestic Turkish market.” (Woods & Murphy, 2010, p 109). Currently, the company has connections in most European countries and Terim works very hard to keep theses...
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  • My Hobby - 313 Words
    Swimming is one of my favorite activities. I have liked it since childhood. I especially enjoy swimming in open waters. There are many rivers and lakes in Ukraine, where you can swim safely. All I need for swimming is clean water, proper depth and good weather. Most of all I like swimming in the sea during the summer time. There is Black Sea in southern Ukraine, and I love to spend my summer vacations over there together with my family. There are many resort towns with large sandy beaches that...
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  • globalizare - 316 Words
    I live in a country with a relatively young democracy. I experienced times when freedom of speech was prohibited and the access to information was strictly forbidden. And now I live in great times when bounds can be formed without the limits placed on humanity by the authorities, religion or race. The freedom that internet gives us is wonderful, we can change ideas, share information, enjoy art. Now, the access to information means power and I would like to give an example of an event that took...
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  • Mun Opening Speech Freedom of Religion
    Opening Speech Good morning fellow delegates and chair, Romania has generalized freedom of religion in its country, and created two different groups of religion based on their size and if they are recognized internationally or not. The smaller unrecognized religion could more often than not be recognized as cults or sects, which is what Romania is trying to combat. Romanian Orthodox believers comprise of 86.8 percent of the population. Roman Catholics make up 4.7 percent of the population,...
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  • Women in Ww1 - 637 Words
    Notable Women in World War I: -Edith Cavell, a British nurse, humanitarian and spy who helped some 200 allied soldiers escape from German—occupied Belgium to Holland during World War I. She was court-martialled and was sentenced for treason and killed by a firing squad. -Mata Hari- Was a Dutch exotic dancer, whose real name is Gertrude Margarete Zelle, who was shot by the French as a spy on October, 15,1917. Still unclear about her alleged spying activities, in The Hague in 1916 she was...
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  • My Ideal Job - 411 Words
    We always wonder what we want to become when we grow ? I can say I have remained constant on the same job. When I grow I want to be a politician because I observe everyday things incredibly shocking in Romanian politics and I think I can solve something. Another reason would be that I have a character quite ambitious, dominant and I accustom to get involved in anything that it brings me benefits but of the others. When I get involved I don’t like to do a thing by halves, I always plan, I...
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  • Market Share of Electricity Distribution Companies in the South East Europe Energy Community
    MARKET SHARE OF ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION COMPANIES IN THE SOUTH EAST EUROPE ENERGY COMMUNITY Six energy companies – out of 13 of them, are controlling the share of 78% of the retail electricity market in the South East Europe Energy Community, the four of the companies being from European Union – the Czech CEZ, Italian Enel, German E.ON and Austrian EVN. The following picture represents market share in the South East Europe, according to number of consumers. In the earlier...
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  • Moldova's Traditions - 496 Words
    The Romanian practice of faith and spirituality have been in synchrony and in harmony with aspects of popular trades and facets of regional geography. Therefore, Moldovan holidays, while diversified by regional traditions, have common threads running through them. The same unity can be found in the traditions and customs throughout the country. They include Christian and non-Christian holidays, which can ba traced back to a pre-Christian period of history. Since Moldovan is mainly and Eastern...
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  • Gcse History-International Relations Notes
    Treaty of St Germain • When Austria agreed to the breakup of the Habsburg Empire. • Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia as independent countries • Austrian army limited to 30,000 • Pay reparations Treat of Neuilly • Signed with Bulgaria • Bulgaria lost land to Greece but gained some from Turkey • $400 million reparations • 20,000 army size Treaty of Trianon The Treaty of Trianon with Hungary in 1920 took land from Hungary and gave it to the new nation-states. Transylvania was given...
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  • Anylasis of the Short Story the Interlopers
    This story is set on the eastern edge of the Carpathian Mountains in Romania family feud over a strip of forest has reached fevered pitch between Ulrich Von Gradwitz and Georg Znaeym. Ulrich's family had won the lawsuit many years ago that had settled the dispute, and Georg's family had lost. The dispossessed family has never accepted the ruling of the courts and continues to poach on the land. The victorious landowners have continued to punish the interlopers. To be too proud or having too much...
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  • 1989 Revolution: Fall of the Soviet Union
    The fall of the Soviet Union resulted in a major collapse of many countries. Bulgaria and Romania were two countries that had ties and many distinctions. They both consisted of a strong, violent communist leader that resulted the demolishment of communism at the end. Each of these leaders was cruel and harsh on the people of their country. Injustice played a big role between the two countries that led to war and inhumane actions. Ethnical and race feuds became an eye opening event for the...
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  • Letter to my friend - 303 Words
    Dear Jason, 
How are you? How is your girlfriend? I hope that you all are fine. 
Sorry I did not reply before, because I am doing refurbishment of my flat so I have been really busy. Albeit the construction work, I have decided to improve my English and I am taking the evening English courses twice per week. 
I am really excited to hear that you have decided to visit my home town. So, to begin with, I’d want to inform you that my flat will be completely done by your arrival, and you can stay...
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  • Story About Me Learning Hungarian
    Learning Hungarian Transylvania, the North West part of Romania, was traded over time between Hungary and Romania and nowadays people are speaking both languages. In my family, we speak Romanian, but my grandmother speaks mostly Hungarian. She lives in a small village near the biggest city in Transylvania, Cluj. It is very quiet and mostly old people live there. During summer my parents worked and I spent my childhood with my grandma. Whenever I went to her she was the happiest. She was...
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  • Romanian Orphanages - 1765 Words
    Romanian Orphanages Imagine a hospital that, at one time ran smoothly helping the public, now with the primary objection of taking care of the thousands of abandoned infants and children. This is the reality in Romania when Nicolae Ceausescu was in power. In 1966 he created an Anti-Abortion/Contraception law in order to raise the population and achieve his ultimate goal to slowly take over surrounding areas and increase Romania’s power. The next plan of action was to open orphanages,...
    1,765 Words | 5 Pages
  • Defining Centrality - 3617 Words
    The present paper is trying to see how two different social groups with a different cultural background, but with a common activity, perceive and use Piata Unirii. We are interested in similarities and differences between the two populations we intend to study. It is used a qualitative methodology of collecting and interpreting the data. We expect to be great differences between the foreigners’ perspective and Romanians’ perspective over this public space. Research Theme Defining the...
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  • Nicolae Ceausescu - 364 Words
    Honors English 2 January, 23, 2012 Nicolae Ceausescu How can a person that grew up so poor, grow up to be a major control ? Well that is exactly the way Nicolae did it. Nicolae started getting in the Soviet Union, at a young age, and then getting involved. He was not a very nice man, and killed an estimated 5,000 people Nicole Ceausescu was born on January, 26, 1918 in Scorniceti, Romania. He was the third child of ten.The Ceausescu’s were very poor, which lead to Nicole only getting...
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  • Martisor - 1807 Words
    Martisor-2003 was the 37th Spring Festival in Moldovan history. Minister of Culture Veaceslav Madan emphasized that representatives from over 13 different countries took part in the event. Preparations started long before the opening date with the government allocating 100 thousand lei from the state budget, commercial sponsors donating approximately 270 thousand lei, and the business people of Moldova contributing about 200 thousand lei. So much money has never been raised before. From the...
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  • Mikrografija - 13201 Words
    Course: Risk Management in International Business Coordinator: Katja Zajc Kejžar, Ph. D. School year: 2011/2012 Seminar project: »Managing exposure to country-specific risks: The case of FDI project of Mikrografija d.o.o. in Romania« Ljubljana, March 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 1 1 PRESENTATION OF MIKROGRAFIJA D.O.O 2 2 PRESENTATION OF ROMANIA 3 3 MACRO RISK: ASSESSMENT OF COUNTRY-SPECIFIC RISK 4 3.1 Economic Risk 4...
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  • Mihai Eminescu - 736 Words
    Mihai Eminescu (January 15, 1850 – June 15, 1889), was a late Romantic poet, the best-known and most influential Romanian poet. Famous poems include "Luceafărul" ("Evening Star"), "Odă în metru antic" ("Ode in ancient meter"), and the five "Scrisori" ("Epistles/Satires"). Eminescu has been active in the "Junimea" literary society, and served as editor of "Timpul", the official newspaper of the Conservative Party. Works Nicolae Iorga, the Romanian historian, considers Eminescu the godfather...
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  • Character Analysis Mr.Marks - 690 Words
    Character Analysis Form Actor’s Name: Philip John Play: Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage Character: Mr. Marks Physical Traits Sex  Mr. Marks is a Romanian Orthodox Jewish male immigrant. Age  Mr. Marks is in his thirties Health  Mr. Marks has somewhat of a fear of being left alone, he panics when he sees a loyal customer go to another person for fabric and turns to alcohol (tonic) for comfort. Clothing  Mr. Marks always wears a black suit with a missing button. He wears...
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  • Reaction Paper - 481 Words
    The Kapitalism- our improved formula is a documentary produced by Solomon Alexandru, released on April 2010, presenting the Romanian transition throw two systems, from communism to capitalism considered the “improved formula”. Taking to the surface the old habits from the old system, The documentary is like an imagination exercise of “going into to the feature”. The narrator starts imagining Ceausescu, the leader from the communism system enjoying after 20 years in the capitalism system. In...
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  • Chocolate Market Research - 404 Words
    Table of Content Chocolate History 3 1. Market Area 3 2. Market Structure 3. Market 4. Market Dynamics 5. Market evolution 6. Market conjuncture 7. Demand and offer 8. Prices and tariffs 9. Imports and exports Chocolate History Chocolate has been used as a drink for nearly all of its history, but until the 16th century, no European had ever heard of the popular drink from the Central and South American people. It was not until the Spanish conquest of...
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  • Staff Turnover Analysis at Cgs
    [pic] Introduction This paper is meant to study the staff turnover – causes and effects and how this is related to the reality. For this study, I have chosen to have a deeper investigation in a company with high staff turnover. The company addressed is...
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  • Byzantine DBQ - 545 Words
    Craig 1 Ethan Craig World History 3­28­15 Byzantine DBQ Primary Reasons to Study the Byzantines The Byzantine Empire and its capital city of Constantinople thrived for more than one thousand years and helped shape the history of the modern world as we live in. The Byzantines have been largely ignored in classrooms across the nation and it shows. Key reasons to study the Byzantine are their religious influence, preservation of ...
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  • Privation - 666 Words
    Faye Cameron Outline and evaluate the research on privation Privation is a state in which things necessary for well-being, such as food and warmth are never given to someone. There is many cases of privation but the two I will cover are Genie and the Czech twins, a recent case of privation that has been discovered is the institutions in Romania and the neglect of children that lead to not only mental disabilities but severe physical ones too. Genie is a classic case of severe privation,...
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  • Eastern Europe, with Its Cheap Labor and High Skills, Is Becoming the World's Newest Car Capital
    “DETROIT EAST” : Business Week, 25th July /2005. Eastern Europe, with its cheap labor and high skills, is becoming the world's newest car capital In the Verdant Hills north of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, workers at the sprawling Volkswagen plant turn out efficiency-boosting ideas as steadily as the Polo compacts and Touareg sport-utility vehicles gliding off the production line. One recent suggestion was to bring emergency repair teams inside the factory instead of housing them...
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  • Denny Will Pass - 476 Words
    1. What are some of the general challenges of starting new business in another country? What specific challenges did Copy General face in Eastern and Central Europe? Starting a new business from another country will have some general Challenges faced as follows: 1.Language barriers 2.Cultural diversity 3.Ethical problems and concerns 4.Political and economical conditions 5.Methods of doing business 6.Strategy formulation and implementation 7.Labor relation and industrial...
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  • Popular Report: Civil Engineering Construction Market In Central Europe 2014 Development Forecasts For 2014-2019
    What lies ahead for Central Europes civil engineering construction market? Report features updates on projects, funding and forecasts for development 2014-2019 What is the current value of the civil engineering construction sector in Central Europe? How much are the individual markets in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia worth? Which significant roadway construction projects are planned for each country? Which heavy industries are planning new...
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  • Does Central Europe Exist?
    Milan Kundera’s famous essay, “The Tragedy of Central Europe” published on April 26, 1984 argues that central European nations like Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia were losing their direction and meaning after World War II. “Boxed in by the Germans on one side and the Russians on the other, the nations of Central Europe have used up their strength in the struggle to survive and to preserve their languages” (Stokes, 219). Kundera makes a valid argument that the lack of Central European...
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  • The interlopers - 422 Words
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