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28 Nov 2013 Single Residence and Work Permit for Non-EU Citizens as of 24 December 2013
14 Oct 2013 European Union with a new Union Customs Code
26 Sep 2013 Amendments to the Chamber of Builders Act as regards the foreign companies and individuals performing construction of 1st to 5th category
16 Sep 2013 Parliament outlines rules to limit risks for home buyers
10 Sep 2013 Change of the effective date of Regulation (EC) No 450/2008 laying down the Community Customs Code (Modernised Customs Code)
02 Aug 2013 EU Approved Measures to Tackle VAT Fraud
02 Aug 2013 New Ordinance on the Minimum Level of Technical and Organizational Measures and Admissible Type of Personal Data Protection
02 Aug 2013 Successful Completion of the Project “Danube Bridge 2 Vidin – Calafat” with the Assistance of Dyulgerova & Penkova Law Firm
01 Jul 2013 LNA Summer Meeting, Bucharest
01 Jul 2013 Council Regulation (EU) No. 216/2013 of 7 March 2013 on the Electronic Publication of the Official Journal of the European Union
26 Feb 2013 LNA Winter Meeting
 
   
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