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Vol 14, no. 2, July 2018
The Diplomat Bucharest

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BUSINESS LEADERS
March 2018

New times-New offices

Interview with Antoniu Panait, Managing Director of Vastint Romania.

New times-New offices
 
 
 

EDITOR'S CHOICE

Atria Urban Resort, new residential project with 1,400 apartments near Straulesti Lake in Bucharest

Atria Urban Resort, new residential project with 1,400 apartments near Straulesti Lake in BucharestStraulesti Lac Alfa SA, a company owned by SIF Moldova and Cityring Property announces the development of a large-scale residential village with 1,400 apartments set in four phases up to 2023, following an investment of over 100 million Euro.

Garanti Consumer Finance signs a loan agreement for seven million Euro with The Black Sea Trade and Development Bank

Garanti Consumer Finance signs a loan agreement for seven million Euro with The Black Sea Trade and Development BankGaranti Consumer Finance, part of the financial group Garanti Romania, has signed a loan agreement of seven million Euro with the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB).

Surprising change in Dacia leadership: Jerome Olive becomes new general manager

Surprising change in Dacia leadership: Jerome Olive becomes new general managerStarting September 2018, Jerome Olive has become the new general manager of Automobile Dacia and Groupe Renault Romania, after Antoine Doucerain resigned for personal reasons. Jerome Olive's mandate is an interim until the Renault group will make a new nomination.

CEZ Group Romania appoints Ondrej Safar as new CEO starting August 1

CEZ Group Romania appoints Ondrej Safar as new CEO starting August 1CEZ Group Romania announced that Martin Zmelik will end his eight years long job in Romania at the end of this month and will be replaced by Ondrej Safar, who will become the new Country Manager.

Romania gets 450 million Euro loan from EIB for rural development programme

Romania gets 450 million Euro loan from EIB for rural development programmeThe European Investment Bank (EIB) is lending 450 million Euro to Romania to finance its national contribution to the implementation of the Romanian Rural Development Programme (RDP) together with grants from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development in the period 2014-2020.