Arhiva Wall-StreetEnglish-Version / 16 Martie 2009

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  • Loan talks with IMF, a...

    Loan talks with IMF, a wake-up call for Romanian legislators

    After tabling a budget plan for 2009 taking into account a 2.5% economic growth projection, Romanian legislators are also considering the possibility of Romania going into recession after the loan...

  • Tariceanu: Romania does not...

    Tariceanu: Romania does not need to turn to IMF programs

    President of National Liberal Party said Romania didn’t need a loan agreement with the International Monetary Fund, but the legislators wanted to find a shield that would “protect...

  • Retail industry down 0.9% y/y...

    Retail industry down 0.9% y/y in January

    Turnover in Romania's retail, excluding motorcycle and car sales, slipped 0.9 percent in January on the similar month of 2008, following a drop in fuel sales, according to data of the...

  • Dinu Patricu remains on...

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    Businessman Dinu Patriciu is the only local on the Forbes rank of the world’s billionaires, with a fortune estimated at 1.8 bln dollars, down from last year, when the prestigious magazine...

  • Steel plant Mechel Targoviste...

    Steel plant Mechel Targoviste impose lay-off rotation in response to crisis

    Romanian steel plant Mechel Targoviste (COS) will send its employees into temporary layoff by rotation following the global economic downturn, which triggered a slump in demand, according to a...

  • Romania's CA deficit...

    Romania's CA deficit narrows 55% in January

    The balance of payments deficit narrowed 54.6 percent in the first month of the year, to 525 million euros, on a significant shrink of the trade gap and on a hike in the surplus on the service...

  • Colliers: 16% decrease in...

    Colliers: 16% decrease in dwelling prices in Bucharest

    If last year, the average price for an apartment in Bucharest was 1,776 euro/sqm in February, this year the prices fell 16% down to 1,489 euro/sqm, according to Colliers International monthly report.

  • The road of a trainer began on a soccer field

    With 19-year experience and research in training followed in Great Britain and the Netherlands, John Bax is the general manager of Tryact HRD, company present in Netherlands and Romania. The...

  • Farmache: Treasury notes...

    Farmache: Treasury notes could start trading

    Bucharest Stock Exchange board has requested the Ministry of Finances the listing and trading of treasury notes on the regulated market, as ‘refugee solution’ for investors and...

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