Călin Popescu-Tăriceanu

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Călin Popescu-Tariceanu
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President of the Senate of Romania
In office
10 March 2014 – 2 September 2019
Preceded byCrin Antonescu
Succeeded byTeodor Meleșcanu
Prime Minister of Romania
In office
29 December 2004 – 22 December 2008
PresidentTraian Băsescu
Nicolae Văcăroiu (Acting)
Traian Băsescu
Preceded byEugen Bejinariu (Acting)
Succeeded byEmil Boc
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
21 March 2007 – 5 April 2007
Prime MinisterHimself
Preceded byMihai-Răzvan Ungureanu
Succeeded byAdrian Cioroianu
Leader of the National Liberal Party
In office
2 October 2004 – 20 March 2009
Preceded byTheodor Stolojan
Succeeded byCrin Antonescu
Minister of Industry and Commerce
In office
12 December 1996 – 5 December 1997
Prime MinisterVictor Ciorbea
Preceded byAlexandru Stănescu
Succeeded byMircea Ciumara
Personal details
Călin Constantin Anton Popescu-Tăriceanu

(1952-01-14) 14 January 1952 (age 70)
Bucharest, Romania
Political partyAlliance of Liberals and Democrats (2015–present)
Other political
Liberal Reformist Party (2014–2015)
National Liberal Party (1990; 1998–2014)
National Liberal Party-Youth Wing (1990–1993)
Liberal Party 1993 (1993–1998)
Spouse(s)Cornelia Tăriceanu (Divorced)
Livia Tăriceanu (Divorced)
Ioana Tăriceanu (Divorced)
Loredana Moise
Alma materTechnical University of Civil Engineering
WebsitePersonal website

Călin Constantin Anton Popescu-Tăriceanu (b. 14 January 1952, Bucharest) is a Romanian politician. On 28 December 2004, he was prime minister of Romania.

He was president of PNL and vice-president of PLD.

He founded Radio Contact Romania. He is president of Automotive Trading Services (ATS), which represents Citroen in Romania.