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Dec 07, 2009 11:26 EEST
December 7 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Romanian media on Monday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
- Romanian rolling stock maker Remar Pascani won a contract worth 11.67 million lei ($4.1 million/2.8 million euro), excluding value-added tax, to upgrade 119 passenger railway cars over a period of 22 months, the daily reported.
- Romania’s capital market regulator CNVM gave the green light for trading of future contracts on carbon dioxide emission allowances on the Sibex monetary-financial and commodities exchange.
- Romanian insurers Omniasig and Astra Asigurari have submitted bids to insure air fleet operator Romavia in the 2010-2011 period. The estimated premium amounts to $1.0 million (677,000 euro), the daily said.
- ING Bank Romania has slightly revised its forecast on Romania's economic contraction in 2009 to 6.5% from 6.7% previously.
- Romania’s Health Ministry has confirmed 3,842 infections with the A(H1N1) virus by Thursday and two more swine flu-related deaths registered by noon on Sunday. The total number of swine flu-related deaths in Romania reached 12.
- Hotel operators in the Romanian resorts located in the Prahova river valley have reduced prices on their Christmas and New Year’s Eve packages compared to 2008, but reservations are still at only half of last year’s level.
- Officials of four Dutch railway companies, Mitron, TKF, Pintsch Aben and BMC/Transforma, will visit Romania this week to set up partnerships, Romanian Railway Industry Association secretary general Stefan Roseanu told Mediafax.
- Videoconference systems producer Tandberg expects to sign 60 contracts this year in Romania, up by 28% from 2008. The videoconference systems market could rise by 25% to $5.0 million this year, according to Tandberg channel sales manager for Romania, Razvan Nicolae Atimariti, said.
- Swedish brick and metal profiles maker Plannja AB opened a 2.2 million euro factory in the northeastern Romanian county of Bacau under a 9.0 million euro investment plan in the country.
($ = 0.6769 euro)
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