A world-renowned carmaker commissioned consultancy company Roland Berger to find them a 40 ha land in Romania for a production unit for cars with a capacity of 300,000 items per year, reports Economica.net. Considering such a production capacity, one can only guess that the potential investor is one of the major car builders of the world. The information was leaked by former secretary of state with the Ministry of Economy Adrian Volintiru, currently manager of Upetrom 1 Mai company. The name of the client was not revealed. The world-famous carmaker that aims to build a car assembly plant to supply more potential markets in Africa, the Middle East and Europe,” reads a document presented to the Ministry of Economy.
Klaus Iohannis officially takes over the presidential prerogatives, Traian Basescu bids farewell from the Cotroceni Palace after 10 years
Klaus Iohannis takes the presidential oath, says will devote all his energy for the spiritual and material prosperity of the Romanian people
Parliament approves state budget for 2015, PNL to contest the budget law to the Constitutional Court
Victor Ponta on Basescu’s overview: It’s subjective, highlighted the positive parts and hid the negative ones
President Traian Basescu makes balance sheet of his ten-year term: many satisfactions and achieved things, but also regrets and failures
Teodorovici: Romania to receive approval from EC on 2014-2020 Operational Programme on Competitiveness until Tuesday
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