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OMV Petrom, Dacia and Rompetrol first ranked in the Top 100 of Romanian companies in 2013



OMV Petrom, Dacia and Rompetrol are the first ranked in the Top 100 of Romanian companies by last year’s turnover, according to this year’s edition of the TOP 100 companies made by FinMedia, based on data obtained from the Ministry of Finance. ‘The Top 100 companies accounts for 26 per cent of the business turnover of the entire system of non-financial companies in Romania this year. At the same time, the Top focuses on the most powerful and influential branches of multinational companies in Romania. In this respect, we have a first this year, we have 13 billionaires, 13 companies with a turnover that is either bigger or equal to one billion euros. All the 13 companies are running mostly on foreign capital,’ said the director of the Institute of Economic Forecasting of the Romanian Academy, Cezar Mereuta, who attended the event occasion by the release of the Top 100. First is ranked OMV Petrom Bucuresti, with business worth EUR 4.3 bln last year, followed by another company belonging to the Petrom Group, OMV Marketing (the former OMV Romania), with EUR 3.3 bln in 2012 turnover. The ranking continues with Automobile Dacia Mioveni, EUR 2.8 bln in turnover. Rompetrol Refinery and Rompetrol Downstream follow next, with 2.7 and 1.8 billion euros in turnover respectively.

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