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The Obelisk, yesterday and today, is a culture of culture

The obelisk, raised in 1937 by the population at the initiative of Astra and dedicated to the memory of Horea, Cloşca and Crisan, the leaders of the rebellion from 1784-1785, is situated in front of the third gate of Alba Carolina. It was inaugurated on October 14, 1937 in the presence of King Charles II […]

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Commission Work Program for 2019: Meeting promises and preparing for the future.

The European Commission has presented the work program for 2019, which sets out three main priorities for this year: reaching a swift agreement on the legislative proposals already put forward to meet its ten political priorities; adopting a limited number of new initiatives to tackle unresolved challenges and putting forward several initiatives for a European […]

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Fines for the marketing of school supplies and school uniforms, applied by ANPC commissioners

During the period 27.08 – 08.09.2018, the National Authority for Consumer Protection carried out a national verification of compliance with the legal provisions on consumer protection in the sale of school supplies and uniforms. Sale of school supplies 551 economic operators were controlled, 328 (59.16%) of them being violated by the legal provisions in force. […]

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„o9atitudine pentru cultură! 100 România!”

InfoCons a organizat evenimentul cultural de lansare a Proiectului cultural „o9atitudine pentru cultură! 100 România!”. Evenimentul va avea loc la Palatul de Justiție București, Splaiul Independenței, numărul 5, sector 4 – Sala “Pașilor Pierduți”. Vă așteptăm alături de noi la un eveniment cultural care marchează Primul Proiect major de reacordare a identității naționale la 100 […]

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Romania, the penultimate in the EU on the purchasing power standard

Life standards can be compared by referring to the price of a package of goods and services to each country’s income by using a common notion coin called purchasing power standard (SPC). By comparing the GDP per capita expressed in the SPC, we get an overview of the EU’s living standards. GDP per capita in […]

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Mr. Sorin Mierlea will be on TV Antena Stars

InfoCons chairman, Mr. Sorin Mierlea, will be live at Star Matinal on Antena Stars, starting at 10:30, where he will discuss various consumer issues.

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What is starch modified?

Modified starch is one of the most widely used E-E, having the E1422 number. It is a food additive as agglomerating agent, thickening agent, stabilizer, emulsifier and carrier substance for other additives. It is a so-called “modified starch”, a starch subjected to a particular chemical process whose purpose is to improve and adapt its properties […]

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The main reason (43%) for which food is scattered is that we forget what foods we have in the refrigerator, they are not consumed in time and they are ruined. Planning a weekly menu, preparing a shopping list and checking what you already have at home is a great start to avoid squandering food.   […]

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Waste Management in the European Union – Circular Economy

You may have heard of the term “circular economy” so far. But what does this mean and what is the circular economy really? Circular economy is a production and consumption model that involves sharing, reusing, repairing, renovating and recycling existing materials and products as much as possible. In this way, the life cycle of products […]

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What are the exceptions of using your personal asset?

The personal asset is used only to obtain an optional pension. The exception is the following: the participant does not meet one of the necessary conditions, in which case he / she will receive the amount in his / her own account as a single payment or installments staggered over a maximum of 5 years, […]

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