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Mari Jeanne Ion

București, Romania
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About Mari
Mari Jeanne Ion is a tv journalist based in Bucharest, Romania. She has 20 years experience in television and had regularly worked with the Euronews starting the year 2000. She has been filming abroad including in war areas as Irak or politically complicated ones, like Transnistria (PMR). She speaks English, Spanish fluently and has medium language skills for French and Italian.
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Romanian hoteliers compete in creativity to welcome a few tourists

24 Dec 2020  |  fr.euronews.com
The Romanian hotel industry has been severely affected by the pandemic, with restrictions leading to a 65% drop in business and the loss of up to 100,000 jobs. Hoteliers, like Larisa Puscasu with her 'wegloos', are getting creative to stay afloat. The Alliance for Tourism in Romania estimates significant losses and hopes for more government support next year, potentially aided by EU subsidies. Romania is focusing on ecotourism and private, isolated locations to attract tourists avoiding crowded beaches.

Romanian businessman builds world's shortest highway

15 Mar 2019  |  euronews.com
Stefan Mandachi, a businessman from northeastern Romania, has constructed the world's shortest highway, measuring 1 metre, to protest the lack of road infrastructure in his region, Moldova, and particularly in his city, Suceava. Frustrated by the government's unfulfilled promises over 30 years, Mandachi invested €4,500 into the symbolic project. Romania's highway network spans only 805 kilometres, with slow progress on road construction. The local mayor, Neculai Miron, acknowledged the limited funding for infrastructure, relying on European funding and the local budget for a 5.2 km road. The campaign

Romanian protesters call on EU for help

13 Feb 2017  |  www.euronews.com
Romanian protesters continue to demonstrate in Bucharest's Victory Square against government corruption, seeking support from the European Union to uphold democratic values. Despite EU's monitoring efforts to combat endemic corruption in Romania, the recent government decision to decriminalize certain corrupt practices has sparked criticism from the European Commission and intensified public outcry. Protesters, feeling unrepresented by their government, are calling for immediate improvements in infrastructure and public services, reminiscent of the EU's developed nations.

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