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Nov 27, 2009 11:31 EEST
November 27 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Romanian media on Friday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
- Romanian state-owned hydropower generator and supplier Hidroelectrica has signed a 60 million euro loan agreement with a bank, company's head Mihai David said but declined to name the bank.
- Romania is the 11th largest wine producer in the world making 6.8 million hectolitres of wine annually, a report by the International Organisation of Vine and Wine showed.
- Passenger cars sales in November will reach around 9,000 vehicles, lower than the 10,400 sold in October, local car dealers estimate.
- Romania's Constitutional Court validated on Thursday the final results of the first round of presidential elections and the results of the national referendum, the agency said. Incumbent Traian Basescu won 32.44% of the votes cast on November 22, and will face Mircea Geoana, leader of the opposition Social Democrat Party, PSD, in a run-off vote on December 6. Geoana trailed close second with 31.15% support.
- Romania's Health Ministry confirmed 2,666 infections with the A(H1N1) virus by Thursday with 211 new cases registered in the last 24 hours.
- Shareholders of French car maker Renault has decided to name Jerome Olive as new board director and managing director of its Romanian unit of Dacia from January 1, 2010, replacing Francois Fourmont, the daily said.
- Romanian state-owned hydropower generator and supplier Hidroelectrica plans to start building a 28-megawatt power plant in Islaz southern Romania next year, as investment in the plant could reach an estimated 316 million euro, head of Hidroelectrica Mihai David said.
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