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Oct 14, 2009 11:02 EEST
October 14 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Romanian media on Wednesday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
- Romania's nine-month consolidated budget deficit stood at 5.03% of the gross domestic product projected for this year, below the 5.4% target agreed with the International Monetary Fund, Finance Ministry state secretary Gheorghe Gherghina said.
- German supermarket chain Billa plans to double the pace of expansion in Romania next year by opening around 14 new supermarkets across the country, according to unnamed Billa officials.
- Belgian food retailer Delhaize Group plans to build a logistic centre near the Romanian capital Bucharest as investment could reach 15 million to 20 million euro, said Archirom, the company that will design the centre.
- British real estate consultancy company Parker Lewis has opened its first office in Romania, head of the office Dan Ionascu said.
- The Romanian Democrat-Liberal Party, PD-L, will back Emil Boc for a new term as Prime Minister, after his government lost a confidence vote in Parliament on Tuesday, party's vice-president of Gheorghe Flutur said.
- The Social Democratic Party, PSD, the National Liberal Party, PNL, and the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania, UDMR, have decided to propose independent Klaus Johannis as new Prime Minister, according to sources close to the talks. Johannis is the mayor of the Romanian central city of Sibiu.
- France's Gantois will move its unprofitable metal processing factory from western Romania to France by the end of the year and will lay off 170, the company said.
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