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November 30, 2021

Solomon, Vodafone: Romanian economy to return to growth backed by FDI

Romanian economy will revert to positive growth mode in the following years, a trend which will rely largely on foreign direct investment (FDI), which will make a comeback on the local market and will create profit, the general manager of Vodafone Romania, Liliana Solomon, said, on Thursday, in a conference, quoted by Mediafax.

“If there is an economic growth, telecom will join the trend. In my opinion, the worst is over, but we cannot tell for sure what 2011 will be like. Undoubtedly, for the telecom market, next year will be a most challenging one,” the head of Vodafone Romania stated. She added that Vodafone Romania, which ranks second in the top of mobile operators, based on the numbers of clients and revenue in 2009, ranked 1st based on the prestige of the brand, the number of clients in the corporate sector and in terms of the technological innovations brought on the local market. The head of Vodafone Romania refrained from making any predictions on the evolution of the operator in the next five years, but stated that, in 2015, the clients would benefit from several terminals, each with its own SIM card, which will interact and become synchronized.

As of December 1, Liliana Solomon will be appointed Director of Operations, Europe Region and will be headquartered in London. The position of Vodafone Romania CEO will be filled by Inaki Berroeta, who previously filled the same position in Malta.

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