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December 1, 2020

Petrom, Dacia and Rompetrol, the largest companies in Romania, in 2011 too

Last year too, Petrom, Dacia and Rompetrol were the largest companies in Romania, with a cumulated turnover exceeding RON 53.6 bln (EUR 12.6 bln), according to data released by the Registry of Commerce based on the accounting sheets submitted by companies to the Ministry of Finance, zf.ro reports. Except for banks, the over 270 companies that are in the top of the largest economic entities had a cumulated turnover of RON 356 bln (EUR 84 bln) in 2011, meaning 40 pc of the total turnover of Romania-based companies. The data centralised by ZF show that the net profit cumulated by the 300 largest companies that operate in the market amounted to RON 19 bln (EUR 4.5 bln), 28 pc less than in 2010. The top of companies with a very good dynamic of their profit is led by Europharm, the medical drugs factory controlled by British giant GlaxoSmithKline, which increased its net profit from EUR 276,000 in 2010 to EUR 6 M in 2011, driven by the export of medicines. At the opposite end, a significant drop of profit was experienced last year by Rewe Group, the operator of discount stores Penny Market and Penny Market XXL, Nokia or the mining company ‘Compania Nationala a Huilei.’

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