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Sep 23, 2009 10:53 EEST
September 23 (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.
- The committee for analysis of social and demographic risks with the Romanian president said in a report it has proposed to disincriminate drug consumption and legalize prostitution to reduce some risks to public health.
- Romania will prepare the first doses of vaccine against the AH1N1 virus at the end of October, the country's Institute for research in microbiology and immunology said.
- Romania is seeking 113.9 million euro from the European Investment Bank under a 876.3 million euro project to develop water and sewerage service development in its nine counties, EIB said.
- The Romanian bureau for state ownership and privatisation in industry should imediately resume the sale of the country's airplane maker Avioane Craiova as the creditors may seek its insolvency, head of government's asset-selling agency AVAS Mircea Ursache said.
- The World Bank's private sector arm, The International Finance Corporation (IFC), is ready to help Romanian banks to manage non-performing loans if banks need it, the head of the IFC mission to Romania Ana-Maria Mihaescu said.
- Real estate investment company Equest Balkan Properties has lost around 2.4 million euro from the sale of its Modul Shopping Center in Romanian southern town of Targoviste, the company said.
- Romania's richest businessman Dinu Patriciu has acquired 91.22% of the People's Bank of Georgia for 15 million euro through the Liberty Investments Holdings investment fund owned by Patriciu and former Georgian Prime Minister Lado Gurgenidze, the daily said.
- Romania's biggest shipyard Daewoo Mangalia Heavy Industries plans to lay off 300 of its 4,000 employees next month, the company's director Vasile Iorga said.
- Romanian banking brokerage services market continues to stagnate and is expected to recover no earlier than the spring of 2010, market sources polled by the daily said.
(1 euro=4.239 Romanian lei)
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