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Deals in energy
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UK-based green energy developer Nala Renewables said on Thursday that it has signed a deal to acquire a 61 MW photovoltaic (PV) project in western Romania from local energy company Monsson.

Chinese investments in SEE
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The Serbian government said it has approved an agreement with Minth Holdings Limited that will see the Chinese car parts maker establish a new production facility in the northern town of Indija and invest 870 million euro ($943 million) over a period of ten years.

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Albania's trade deficit expanded 13.4% year-on-year in June, to 42 billion leks ($458 million/418.5 million euro), the national statistical office said on Wednesday.

UK-based green energy developer Nala Renewables said on Thursday that it has signed a deal to acquire a 61 MW photovoltaic (PV) project in western Romania from local energy company Monsson.

The Serbian government said it has approved an agreement with Minth Holdings Limited that will see the Chinese car parts maker establish a new production facility in the northern town of Indija and invest 870 million euro ($943 million) over a period of ten years.

Albania's trade deficit expanded 13.4% year-on-year in June, to 42 billion leks ($458 million/418.5 million euro), the national statistical office said on Wednesday.

Despite geopolitical turbulence, soaring inflation and declining demand, the biggest companies in Southeast Europe booked double-digit growth in both revenues and profit in the fiscal year ended December 31, 2022. See details in SeeNews’ SEE TOP 100 – the only annual ranking of the biggest companies, banks and insurers in Southeast Europe
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