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Dec 22, 2009 11:35 EEST
December 22 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Romanian media on Tuesday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
- German do-it-yourself store chain OBI will invest some 10 million euro in two new stores in Romanian cities of Ploiesti and Sibiu next year, bringing the total number of its stores in Romania to six, the company said.
- Czech power group CEZ will complete the installation of the first 40 turbines out of 139 in Romania's Fantanele wind farm, developed by the group, by the end of the year, CEZ officials said. CEZ is developing two wind farms in Romania - in Fantanele and in Cogealac, both in the Dobrogea province, near the Black Sea.
- Financial companies invested the most in Romania in January-October, more than 470 million euro, Trade Registry data showed. Banks and car makers followed with 286 million euro and 265 million euro investments, respectively.
- Turnover of Smithfield Ferme, the Romanian division of U.S. Smithfield Foods, rose by more than 20% this year following investment in a new farm, division's director general Bogdan Mihai sad. He added that its costs-cutting strategy allowed the company to post operational profit in 2009, but provided no figures.
- German discount retail chain Plus has invested 1.5 million euro in a new hypermarket in the central Romanian city Brasov, its 96th in the country, the company said.
(1 euro=4.2291 Romanian lei)
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