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Six out of ten Romanians want to have own business, youth stand for 77pct (study)

Six out of 10 Romanians, namely 63 percent want to have their own business, the percentage being significantly higher among men (72 percent), 18-23 year old youth (77 percent) and adults aged between 24 and 38 (75 percent), according to a study carried out by a market research company. The data were collected in January this year and are representative at urban level.

Senate President Tariceanu meets Wallonia's Parliament President Andre Antoine

President of the Senate Calin Popescu-Tariceanu highlighted on Thursday within a meeting with President of Parliament of Wallonia Andre Antoine the upward trend of the Romania-Belgium commercial exchanges, underscoring the significant role which the community of Romanians citizens residing in this country has in strengthening the bilateral economic relations.

PM Dancila says National Culture Day calls for reflection on Romania, Romanianism

The National Culture Day calls for reflection on Romania and Romanianism, on our traditions and beliefs we are proud of, we have the duty to respect, defend and make known worldwide, says Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, as quoted by a gov't's release.

Study: Religion in Europe Remains in the Background

Religion is less important to Europeans than to people in Africa, Latin America or the United States, according to a study quoted by Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA) and the Bulgarian News Agency (BTA). At the same time, the drill conducted by the Pew Institute recognizes large differences between countries in Europe.

PM Dancila:Centennial anniversary must unite us, Romanian society's resources aplenty for this major goal

The Centennial anniversary must act as a unifier, and the Romanian society has resources aplenty to achieve this major goal, Premier Viorica Dancila said at the solemn plenary session of Parliament this Wednesday.

President Iohannis to Romanians in France: I urge you to be more united, stay as much involved in modernising Romania

AGERPRES special correspondent to Paris, France, Florentina Peia reports:

On Monday, Romania's President Klaus Iohannis urged Romanians in France to be more united and stay involved as much as they are now in helping modernise Romania.

INTERVIEW Priest Constantin Necula: In Advent we find out how much humanity is left in us

The Advent, which begins on Wednesday, is actually ‘a pilgrimage with the three magi of eternity - faith, hope and love,' says priest Constantin Necula, pastoral and image counselor to the Transylvanian Metropolitan Church, in an interview with AGERPRES.