Arhiva Wall-StreetEnglish-Version / 28 Mai 2009

Arhiva stirilor, noutatilor si articolelor publicate in sectiunea English-Version pe Wall-Street din 28 Mai 2009.
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  • First confirmed case of swine...

    First confirmed case of swine flu in Romania

    Health officials confirmed the first case of swine flu in Romania. The 30-year old woman, tested positive returned from USA and now is treated at ‘Matei Bals’ Institute, Romanian...

  • Lending shows signs of...

    Lending shows signs of revival: 1% decline in April

    The volume of retail and small business loans fell for the second successive month in April, by 1% from prior month, to 200.55 billion lei (47.9 billion euros), and the annual growth rate dropped...

  • ANEIR: Some 6,000 exporters...

    ANEIR: Some 6,000 exporters went bankrupt in 2007

    Around 6,000 exporters went bust since Romania’s accession to European Union membership, as a result of their failure to pay the value added tax to suppliers, said Mihai Ionescu, chairman of...

  • Distressed asset funds: the...

    Distressed asset funds: the new buzzwords in M&A

    In a struggling economic environment, an increasing number of private equity funds are shifting focus to a new untapped venture. In an interview to Wall-Street, Mihai Sfintescu, investment manager...

  • Currency exchange rate edges up

    Currency exchange rate edges up

    The benchmark exchange rate of the central bank pinned the leu at 4.1830 over the single European currency after a decline in early trades, in tune with the regional currencies.

  • Romanian managers claim poor...

    Romanian managers claim poor Government aid

    Romanian managers urged the government to get more involved in finding solutions for the economic recovery, according to a study carried out by the consultancy and audit company Deloitte, Newsin...

  • Raiffeisen Group boosts...

    Raiffeisen Group boosts exposure by 11% in Romania in Q1

    Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich’s receivables in Romania climbed by 11% in first quarter this year, up to 8.26 billion euros, which represents roughly 4.5% of the group’s overall...

  • Omniasig reports gross profit...

    Omniasig reports gross profit up 23.82% in Q1

    Omniasig Vienna Insurance Group (VIG), the second largest insurer in Romania, reported a gross profit of 14.72 million lei in the first quarter, 23.82 percent up from a year earlier, NewsIn informs.

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