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Dutch companies bounce back on local market

The Netherlands is one of the main sources of foreign investment on the domestic market, ranking top on December 31, 2011, with nearly EUR 12 billion of investments in Romania, according to the latest report by the Romanian National Bank (BNR) and National Institute of Statistics (INS). The Diplomat - Bucharest talked to major Dutch companies to find out what makes Romania so attractive and what were the main strategies that help

April 2013 - From the Print Edition

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Dutch businessman Jerry Van Schaik has invested a lot in Romania over the years, owning the Rembrandt Hotel, Van Gogh Grand Café and Beros and van Schaik Wine Traders in Bucharest, three companies active only on the domestic market. "The Romanian market is a continuous challenge, and you will find both advantages and disadvantages," Van Schaik tells The Diplomat - Bucharest. "There are still many niches to tackle and an enthusiastic audience for new experiences, which responds very well to orig...

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There are 2 comments:

Ciprian Nanu: on 2013-04-08 14:31:51
Innacurate article. Heineken , KLM and Tebodin not Dutch companies. Will be great to reconsider your (old) list of Dutch companies and look for other beautiful companies, in this changing world...Real (Dutch)life is very different from (yr.) easy life of obtaining funding for promotion...

Alexandra Lopotaru: on 2013-05-15 15:35:33
Dear Mr. Nanu,
With all due respect, those three companies are Dutch and, believe me, we've contacted a lot more than they are here, in the article. They didn't/couldn't answer.
It's so easy to judge without knowing the truth...

 
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