Bucharest


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Synonyms for Bucharest

national capital and largest city of Romania in southeastern Romania

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There is a steady growth concerning the standard of living in Bucharest, where there are registered the highest wages in the country and one of the lowest unemployment rates.
Even Vatican complaints could not prevent the construction of a 75-metre (246 feet) high-rise next to the Catholic cathedral in Bucharest.
Bucharest has decided to create a ministry to take care of this dossier in order to eliminate obstacles - bureaucratic, amongst others - which prevent the use of the 20 billion euro or so put at the country's disposal by the EU for the 2007-2012 period.
The Bucharest location is the 12th office PRA has opened worldwide since 2009.
PRA Bucharest will also be responsible for the company's projects in the nearby Republic of Moldova.
Following the touchdown of flight QR943 at Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport yesterday, the aircraft was welcomed by a traditional water salute and met by senior airport officials and local dignitaries.
From 15 December 2010 the airline will add a fifth aircraft to its Bucharest operating base and will be increasing frequencies to its destinations in Italy, France, Belgium, the UK and Spain.
The difference between Bucharest and December 2009 is that we then had a one and only political and state union that does not exist now.
1969 European Cup Winners' Cup 1st rd: Steaua Bucharest 0, Rangers 0 Ibrox men were defending a two-goal first-leg lead and held firm to progress.
Bucharest, (SANA)- SyriaC*Cradle of Civilization and Faith is the title under which a photographic exhibition is to be held in Bucharest on November 5.
com, Bucharest fits in the category of the "regional outskirt metropolis with limited international influence, that has few metropolitan level tertiary services and little developed international functions", similar to Athens and Lisbon, but with the possibility to prepare the crossing to the higher category of the "regional metropolis with a strong international influence, with a less specialized structure of activities and specialized or incomplete international functions" like Rome, Madrid or Bern.
BUCHAREST, Oct 23, 2009 (TUR) -- Turkey's Fenerbahce soccer team defeated Romania's FC Steaua Bucharest 0-1 at an away game Thursday in the UEFA Europa League.
International Resource News-7 July 2009-Gabriel Resources Announces Clarification on Bucharest Court of Appeal Ruling(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
The plant can meet all the consumption needs of Bulgaria and Romania as well as other countries in the region previously supplied out of the Bucharest site.
BRUSSELS -- Delhaize Group has agreed to acquire La Fourmi, a 14-store supermarket chain in Bucharest, Romania.