Articole scrise de Dan Popa, transl. V.O.

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1.Sale of 9.84% of state-controlled shares in Petrom starts today The process by which the Romanian state sells 9.84% of the shares held by the Economy Ministry in oil company Petrom starts on Monday. The offer is mediated by a consortium of banks formed around Renaissance Capital Limited, held 50% by Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov through the Onexim Group Investment Fund. Prokhorov is the newly elected head of the Right Cause political party in Russia.
2.Eurocopter said to be interested in relocating part of its activities from Romania back to US The world's biggest helicopter maker, Eurocopter, part of EADS group, has suggested it may relocate part of its activities in Romania to the United Kingdom because the financial crisis brought the two countries on equal footing when it comes to salaries, The Times reports on Tuesday, as quoted by Dow Jones/
3.ECB President may visit Bucharest for central bank anniversary in September European Central Bank president Jean-Claude Trichet may visit Bucharest in early September for the 130th anniversary of the Romanian National Bank. An invitation was sent to him as early as February, but a confirmation only arrived several days ago. Events marking the anniversary will include a series of conferences in Bucharest and possibly other Romanian cities.
4.Top central bank official: We can't overcome recession this year. Psychologic and emotional issues may change market and consumption Recession and the lack of budget balance cannot be solved simultaneously and Romania can't overcome recession this year, Romanian National Bank (BNR) governor aide Adrian Vasilescu has said. He said psychological and emotional issues will have an impact as rising VAT and lower salaries for 1.4 million people will have a negative influence on consumption.


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