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Oct 09, 2009 10:51 EEST
October 9 (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.
- OTP Asset Management Romania, part of Hungary's OTP Group, will launch a new closed-end investment fund by the end of the year and will list it on the Bucharest Stock Exchange in early 2010 after listing closed-end investment fund OTP WiseRO earlier this week, OTP Asset Management Romania director Catalin Iancu said.
- Romanian insurance companies reported 759.2 million lei in gross written premiums in July, 8.0% up from June, data from the country's insurance regulator showed.
- Romanian state-owned coal mining company Compania Nationala a Huilei will lay off 1,000 out of its 10,700-strong workforce at the beginning of next year.
- One of largest underwear importers in Romania, C&A, has revised its expansion plans in the country due to worsening economic situation and will open only one new store by the end of 2009 instead of three planned earlier, C&A Romania district manager Cristian Codrea said.
- Sales of Romania's largest sugar producer Agrana Romania were seriously affected after Nestle and Kraft moved their production to neighbouring Bulgaria, Agrana Romania general representative Emilian Dobrescu said.
- The European Commission said on Thursday it will bring Romania before the European Court of Justice for failing, on countless occasions, to provide adequate protection for wild birds, as insufficient number of protection areas were designated since the country joined the EU.
- Several Austrian businessmen intend to invest 60 million euro in building the first international 27-hole golf course in Romania, the investor's representatve Austrian Ernst Pebal said. He added that the golf course, to be located in the central town of Varghis, is part a tourism development project called Riverside which also includes a hotel, a youth centre, stores and houses.
- French retailer Carrefour plans to open one supermarket in the Romanian southern city of Ploiesti by the end of the year, the daily reported.
(1 euro= 4.2843 Romanian lei)
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