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Buying A Property In Eastern Europe For Dummies

Author : Colin Barrow
ISBN : 9780470034217
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 55.10 MB
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The most comprehensive guide to property investment in Eastern Europe available. Whether you're buying a second home or looking to invest, the smart money is heading to Eastern Europe. Plan every aspect of your property investment with this expert guide that walks you step-by-step through the property market in 14 countries and helps you weigh up the rewards and the risks of choosing one location over another. Covering the purchasing procedures, legalities, taxes, economy, culture, lifestyle and business opportunities in each country, property expert Colin Barrow provides insider tips to help you make an informed choice and a wise investment. Colin Barrow has an extensive background in European property and works across a diverse range of related industries. He has researched most international property markets and has first hand experience of buying, building developing and selling over two hundred properties in overseas markets.
Category: Business & Economics

Insiders Guide Buying Property In Romani

Author : Alex I. Pintea
ISBN : 9781905430253
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 84.82 MB
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In 2006, Romania was heralded as the best place to make money in property for the next decade. This book gives readers valuable information to make sound, safe, and lucrative choices in this dynamic market.
Category: Business & Economics

Romania Transylvania

Author : Lucy Mallows
ISBN : 9781784770532
Genre : Transylvania (Romania)
File Size : 51.86 MB
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This new, third edition of Bradt's Romania: Transylvania remains the only standalone English language guide to this legendary and enchanting region. Comprehensive chapter-per-county coverage is offered, including details to cater for the diverse range of travellers to the region, from city breaks to rural escapes, ski enthusiasts to charity volunteers. Thoroughly updated, this new edition reflects all the changes of the past few years, from improved transport infrastructure (in particular the regional airports at Cluj, Sibiu and Târgu Mures) to the completion of new motorway routes, such as that between Sibiu and Deva. Also covered are a number of striking new accommodation options: for example the sustainable guesthouse in Valea Zalanului owned by HRH The Prince of Wales, and the mountaintop retreat of Raven's Nest in the Apuseni Mountains. More attractions have opened up, such as Baroque palaces formerly owned by Hungarian aristocrats, seized under the Communist regime and now being restored by the descendants of their original owners. And the region is developing its offer for new types of tourism, such as summer rock festivals, notably the Untold Festival at Cluj and Electric Castle Festival at Bontida. Transylvania, literally the 'land beyond the forest', is a wild, wooded, intensely romantic region, filled with mountains, gorges and valleys, myths and legends, dragons, bears, wolves - and vampires. Bram Stoker called it 'one of the wildest and least-known parts of Europe' a description which remains true today. One of the most beautiful regions in central Europe and home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Transylvania preserves its cultural and artistic treasures in a unique landscape, bordered on three sides by the Carpathian Mountains. The hay meadows of the lower Carpathians form a man-made, high nature-value grassland ecosystem of extraordinary diversity, offering a beautiful display of wild flowers. The Carpathians are home too to lynx, wild boar, and one of Europe's largest populations of brown bear. Other natural phenomena include the Scarisoara ice cave in the Apuseni Mountains and the Sfanta Ana volcanic crater lake in Harghita. Whatever your interests, with Bradt's Romania: Transylvania, you can discover all of the region's many and varied attractions.
Category: Transylvania (Romania)


Author : Lucy Mallows
ISBN : 1841622303
Genre : Travel
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A full-length guide to Transylvania, this book features the history and culture of this region of Romania, most famed as the root of the Dracula legend.
Category: Travel

Transitional Justice In Post Communist Romania

Author : Lavinia Stan
ISBN : 9781107020535
Genre : Law
File Size : 48.80 MB
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This is the first volume to overview the complex Romanian transitional justice effort, detail the political negotiations that have led to the adoption and implementation of relevant legislation, and assess these processes in terms of their timing, sequencing, and impact on democratization.
Category: Law

Instant Romanian For Parents And Caregivers

Author : Teri Doolittle
ISBN : 9781411674400
Genre :
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Instant Romanian for Parents and Caregivers is a supplemental language guide for people who will be living or working with Romanian-speaking children. The book focusses on practical social communication, with an emphasis on emotional regulation and attachment skills. Originally designed for adoptive parents, the book has been revised to help health care workers, teachers, missionaries and others who work with Romanian children find the information they need to do what they love. The format of the book is similar to standard phrase books, with unique, child-friendly vocabulary that is not available in travel books and dictionaries. Extensive grammar and vocabulary tables provide an easy reference for instant communication between Romanian and English speakers, after the translators have gone.

Report On Eastern Europe

Author :
ISBN : MINN:31951P00244273M
Genre : Europe, Eastern
File Size : 81.82 MB
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Category: Europe, Eastern


Author : Virginia Marsh
ISBN : UOM:39015038530948
Genre : Investments
File Size : 59.9 MB
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Category: Investments


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ISBN : CORNELL:31924110484734
Genre : Real estate business
File Size : 57.4 MB
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Category: Real estate business

The Global Property Investor S Toolkit

Author : Colin Barrow
ISBN : 1841127744
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 74.58 MB
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How real estate investors and speculators can take their business global The real estate boom has gone global, and those successful investors who want to keep up their profits are starting to look at emerging markets on other continents. Markets in South America, Eastern Europe, India, and Asia are currently experiencing the rapid growth that mature domestic markets experienced a few years ago. Based on the author's personal experience buying and selling dozens of overseas properties, this book provides all the relevant data investors need to evaluate properties and markets anywhere in the world. Colin Barrow (Hayle, Cornwall, UK) is a non-executive director of two venture capital funds and serves on the UK Government Task Force for Business.
Category: Business & Economics

The Restructuring Of Romania S Economy

Author : Raphael Shen
ISBN : 0275956946
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 61.75 MB
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Analyzes how Romania, through a gradualist approach, has stabilized and assembled the ingredients for a successful transformation to a market-driven economy.
Category: Business & Economics

Transforming Peasants Property And Power

Author : Dorin Dobrincu
ISBN : 9639776254
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The result of a project initiated and coordinated by Gail Kligman and Katherine Verdery, research for this volume was conducted by a group of twenty anthropologists, historians, sociologists, and literary critics from Romania, United States, and Great Britain. Employing interdisciplinary methods and using a wealth of previously unexplored archival and oral sources, the authors managed to produce the most solid monograph to date on the process of collectivization in Romania. Book jacket.
Category: Technology & Engineering


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ISBN : UCLA:L0098880974
Genre : Capital
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Category: Capital

Buying Property In Eastern Europe

Author : L. Hall
ISBN : 1845281985
Genre : House buying
File Size : 41.81 MB
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This practical thorough and informative guide is written with the serious investor, second-home buyer and permanent relocator in mind. It covers 13 countries - including Turkey, Croatia, Bulgaria, Poland and the Czech Republic including detailed country profiles. It shows property hotspots in each country, and a step-by-step guide to the purchasing process and how information on renovating and letting. It provides expert advice on everything from property legislation and taxation issues, to where and what to buy and how to adjust to the culture shock of living out east. It includes a list of books, websites and useful telephone numbers, including embassies, property agents, removals and tourists boards. It contains a cross-country matrix, which offers an at-a-glance comparison of prices across all 13 countries, and a final checklist for anyone thinking of buying in an Eastern European country.
Category: House buying

Final Report

Author : International Commission on the Holocaust in Romania
ISBN : IND:30000078216540
Genre : Antisemitism
File Size : 41.12 MB
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The International Commission on the Holocaust in Romania was established in October 2003 on the initiative of Ion Iliescu, the President of Romania; this final report was presented to him in November 2004. The aim of the Commission was to research the facts and determine the truth about the Holocaust in Romania during World War II. The report examines various aspects of the state-organized participation of Romania in the mass murder of Jews in Romania and in Romanian-controlled territories, as well as in northern Transylvania where the genocide was perpetrated by the Nazis and their Hungarian allies. Inter alia, it discusses antisemitism and the evolution of Romanian anti-Jewish policies from the late 1930s to 1944, the impact of the Soviet annexation of Bessarabia and Northern Bukovina on antisemitism in Romania, anti-Jewish incidents in 1940 and the pogroms in Bucharest and Iaşi, mass murders of Jews in the recaptured provinces and deportation to Transnistria in 1941, mass murder of Jews in Odessa and in Transnistrian camps, the "Romanianization" of the economy and the expropriation of Romanian Jews, the reaction of the Jewish community in Romania to anti-Jewish policies, and the personal responsibility of Ion Antonescu for the genocide. Relates, also, to war crimes trials held in Romania, and to the trivialization of the Holocaust and its "selective" and outright denial in postwar Romania.
Category: Antisemitism