September 30 (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.
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- Romania will use part of the funds attracted in a planned Eurobond issue of up to 1.5 billion euro to finance the two state-run power holdings that will be set up following the restructuring of the energy system, the daily said. The two holdings will comprise companies whose total turnover exceeds three billion euro. Power producer and distributor Electrica will be included in the holdings at a later stage.
- One of the largest Romanian tourism operators, Eximtur, revised its turnover forecast for this year to a 20% fall from a 10% rise expected earlier, company’s deputy director general Radu Morariu said.
- Romania’s car maker Automobile Dacia, owned by France’s Renault, will replace its Logan no-frills vehicle with a better-performing model in a few years, the company’s vise president Constantin Stroe said. The price of the new model will be similar the price of Logan, he added.
- Despite a slightly fall at the end of the first half, the life insurance segment in Romania shows signs of revival and will recover by the end of the year, local insurers polled by the daily estimate.