The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia.

The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia.
The emerging markets in CE, SE and Eastern Europe include Romania, Poland, Hungary, Turkey, Serbia, Lithuania.

Monday, 13 January 2014

Romania - positive signs for 2014

  • Daimler Inaugurates Dual-Clutch Transmission Plant For Mercedes-Benz In C Romania. Star Transmission, the Romanian subsidiary of German group Daimler, inaugurated a production unit for dual-clutch transmissions for Mercedes-Benz cars, in Sebes, central Romania.

  • Ford Close To EUR2B Revenue From Craiova Plant In 2013. Ford Romania ended 2013, its first full year of car and engine production, with almost 70,000 B-Max vehicles assembled and 250,000 engines made, sources close to the plant in Craiova said.

  • Rompetrol Plans $350M Investment After Government Approves Deal. Romania’s second largest oil group Rompetrol has taken preliminary steps to finance new projects worth $350 million as soon as a memorandum with the government is in place, the company said Monday.

  • Lidl To End 2014 With More Than 180 Stores In Romania. German-held supermarket chain Lidl, which entered Romania officially by taking over the Plus network in 2011, will continue to expand in 2014 at the same pace it did in 2013, 14 stores, driven by a surge in sales and number of customers.

  • Profi Keeps Foot On Expansion Pedal.Pawel Musial, chief executive of retailer Profi, says the network will add around 60 new supermarkets this year, the same as in 2013.The company will keep up the expansion pace after it saw its revenue rise by 26% last year to EUR326 million. The growth was strictly fueled by expansion, considering the revenue per store fell by some 10% from EUR1.73 million in 2012 to EUR1.57 million, according with ZF calculations. The network now includes 207 supermarkets and proximity stores, from 149 at the end of 2012.

  • Green Power Investors Expected To Spend Another EUR3B In Romania In 2014. Investments in wind farms and solar parks could reach EUR3 billion this year after the EUR6 billion invested in Romania in 2009-2013, ZF has calculated based on the information provided by energy market regulator ANRE and national power grid Transelectrica.

 Source: Ziarul Financiar





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