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A city of south-central Romania west-northwest of Bucharest. It is a commercial and manufacturing center.
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In the city of Pitesti, various aspects regarding the transport area have been mentioned in literature, the most illustrative works being "Municipality history of Pitesti" (Popa, Dicu, and Voinescu, 1988), "Pitesti--Tradition and contemporaneity" (Popa, Dicu, and Voinescu, 2008) etc.
Armenian Embassy in Romania attended the 37th annual festival "The Tulip Symphony" in Pitesti, Romania.
Part of Belgian Belgian Delhaize group, Mega Image ha stores inBucharest, Constanta, Ploiesti, Pitesti, Braov and Targoviste and other local cities.
Events and moments that set a glorious literary tradition in Arges are connected to Ion Pillat' origins, printing of five issues of the journal Kalende in Pitesti, to Liviu Rebreanu' presence in Valea Mare, the birth of Ion Barbu and Tudor Musatescu in Muscel area, emergence of publications especially in Campulung, where Vladimir Streinu debuted as a poet and literary critic or to Curtea de Arges where Urmuz saw the daylight.
The maximum capacity for Renault's two lines will be 350,000-360,000, like Pitesti," Gerard Detourbet, vice president for Renault's entry-level program, told Reuters, referring to the home base of Dacia, its Romanian subsidiary.
A Bulgarian tractor trailer caused a serious traffic accident with 1 fatality on the Romanian highway between Bucharest and Pitesti Wednesday morning.
OMV Petrom inked a deal to offload the petrochemical unit of its Arpechim refinery in Pitesti, southern Romania, in December last year.
BASF Coatings' waterborne basecoat technology is used to coat carmaker Dacia's Logan and new Sandero models, which are produced at the Dacia plant in Pitesti, approximately 150 kilometers from Bucharest.
Auto Business News-9 April 2008-Renault Dacia management offers higher wages to workers at Pitesti plant(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
Dacia's plant in nearby Pitesti keeps expanding its capacity.
The trip includes sightseeing in Bucharest, visits of the main towns including Pitesti, Medias and Sinaia as well as UNESCO protected monasteries in the Carpathian mountains.
Most sections of the pipeline have been completed other than a connection between Romania's Pitesti and Pancevo in Serbia and a section between Croatia to Trieste via Slovenia.