News archive of August 2018
Romanians who want to invest in the US can opt for an E2 type visa, which does not require a specific amount to invest, Ruslan Bocancea, managing partner at Bocancea Law Firm, said at a conference of the International Business Forum on Friday.
Fishing season in Turkey will kick off on Sept. 1 after a four-and-a-half-month ban, as fishermen hope for a fruitful season.
In a German court starts a trial about a 13-year-old girl raped by 8 teenages in a wooded area of the southwestern town of Felberter, DPA reported.
The eight boys aged 14 to 17 are accused of seeing the girl when it came from a swimming pool, dragged her into the woods, and and raped her until a woman randomly passing through the forest intervened.
Greece's state assets fund appointed Polychronis Griveas and Elias Athanasiou as the new president and CEO, respectively, of troubled state-owned Hellenic Post (ELTA), during Thursday's general meeting.
Griveas previously headed the management of Astir Palace Vouliagmeni and Athanasiou was CEO of Enterprise Greece, the state-owned body that promotes Greek exports.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has criticized the recent decision by United States authorities to delay the delivery of the jets, saying "Turkey has alternatives other than F-35 fighter jets," after Ankara's purchase of S-400 missile defense systems from Russia caused further tensions.
International rating agencies have been making intense efforts to create a pessimistic view of Turkey's banks, Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said on Aug. 31, but added that the government vowed "to stand by its financial institutions."