News archives:June 2008

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Argos:Generali PPF buys Romania's ARDAF, RAI from PPF Investments

The unit of the Italian insurer will buy a 72.7 percent stake in ARDAF and 99.9 percent of RAI for an undisclosed sum.


Argos:Euro energy park to be built in Karnobat

Karnobat will host a 150 million euro hi-tech park for alternative energy resources, Bulgarian news agency BTA quoted town mayor Georgi Dimitrov as saying on June 23.


Argos:Romania Cuts Dividends Tax for Foreign Firms

Bucharest _ The dividends tax for foreign companies has been cut from 16 to 10 percent, the Romanian Government has decided.


Argos:Krka buys minority stakes in two Chinese API and chemicals producers

Slovenian drugmaker Krka has paid just under $1.6m (€1m) for 7.5 per cent stakes in two Chinese drug and chemicals firms, namely Zhejiang Menovo Pharmaceuticals and Anhui Menovo Pharmaceuticals.


Argos:JES (Singapore) will build four bulk carriers for Atlantska Plovidba

(...)JES said it will build four bulk carriers worth $180 million for Croatia's Atlantska Plovidba ATPL.ZA, and a oil tanker worth $67.5 million for Indonesian state oil firm Pertamina. (...)


Argos:Centrum Holdings (CZ) buys Croat portal Net.hr

Prague- The Czech Internet group Centrum Holdings has acquired a 75-percent stake in the most visited Croat portal Net.hr, the company said.


Argos:Croatia starts oil exploration in Iran

The Croatian state-owned INA oil and gas company has begun exploration activities in an oil block in northwestern Iran, Iran's English-language Press TV reported on Monday.


Argos:Turkey facing serious economic risks

The chairperson of a leading Turkish business association said on Thursday Turkey was face to face with some quite serious economic risks, the semi-official Anatolia news agency reported.


Argos:Controverses autour de la privatisation de l’aéroport de Prague

L’aéroport de Prague représente aujourd’hui l’une des plus grosses possibilités d’investissement en République tchèque.


Argos:Les Balkans : Nouveau marché émergent d'Europe de l'Est

Les services d'intelligence économique sont par définition confidentiels et notre service de veille multilingue n'a pas répertorié d'études non confidentielle en français pour l'investissement dans les Balkans.


Argos:Aer Lingus unveils new Sofia route

Aer Lingus, the national carrier of Ireland, is to start operating its services on a new route to Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria, this autumn season.


Argos:Albania Port to Build New Terminal

The port of Durres, Albania’s largest, will built a new terminal worth €15 million.


Argos:Bulgarian economy grows by seven per cent in Q1

Bulgaria's economy grew by seven per cent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2008, in real terms, to 13.48 billion leva or 6.9 billion euro,


Argos:Business: Croatia Airlines starts regular service to Kosovo

The Croatian national air carrier, Croatia Airlines, said on Wednesday (June 4th) that it will start regular flights between Zagreb and Pristina as of June 16th.


Argos:Lee Cooper Jeans, plans to open a chain of concept stores throughout Eastern Europe

CONCEPT MARKETING, which is the Israeli franchisee for Lee Cooper Jeans, plans to open a chain of concept stores throughout Eastern Europe with a target of 20 branches by the end of 2009.


Argos:Croatia is First in Europe and Second in the World ...

Croatia is First in Europe and Second in the World

Croatia received the award for the successful reform policy in four of the seven areas covered by Doing Business’ report.


Argos:Verizon Business goes local through Swisscom

Verizon Business has announced a partnership with Swisscom to provide international managed services to its enterprise customers.


Argos:US-Swiss consortium wins tender to buy Albania's ARMO state oil company

A U.S.-Swiss consortium won an international tender to buy 85 percent of Albania's state-run ARMO oil company, the government said Monday.


Argos:Serbia Builds First Solar Energy Plant

Installing Solar Energy Equipment06 June 2008 Belgrade _ Serbia's first solar power plant will be built on a municipal building in Belgrade's smallest district, local media report.


Argos:Wizzair : compagnie aérienne low cost polo-hongroise

Créée en septembre 2003 par une société américaine privée, Indigo Partners, qui est spécialisée dans le secteur des transports, Wizzair, appelée encore Wizz ou Wizz Air a vu son premier vol inaugural décoller le 19 mai 2004 à partir de l'aéroport de Katowice, l'une des villes industrielles les plus importantes de Pologne.


Argos:Les Bretons à la conquête des Balkans

Pour s’adapter aux marchés émergents d’Asie ou des pays de l’Est, l’industrie laitière de l’Ouest modernise ses usines et s’implante à l’étranger.


Argos:MOL to look at OMV suit before dividend payment

BUDAPEST, June 3 (Reuters) - Hungarian oil and gas group MOL MOLB.BU will take a lawsuit brought by Austria's OMV (OMVV.VI: Quote, Profile, Research) into consideration before deciding on a dividend payment, which analysts say could delay the payment by months.


Argos:TriGranit gives up Millennium City Center project

Hungarian company TriGranit shall not take part in the tender for construction of the Millennium City Center in Podgorica, but it will submit a bid for the long-term lease of Velika Plaža in Ulcinj, George Bobvos, TriGranit’s Director for Montenegro and Serbia says.


Argos:Balkans: l'une des régions les plus sûres au monde

Après plusieurs années de troubles, les Balkans prennent une nouvelle direction, beaucoup plus sûre que la précédente.


Argos:Q4 2007 Wienerberger AG Earnings Presentation (Vienna) - about Eastern Emerging Markets

The second most important country in Central and Eastern Europe is the Czech Republic, a positive development. Not as spectacular as in Poland, but both countries, Poland and the Czech Republic had to import products to meet local demand. Products were imported from Germany, both directly and indirectly.


Argos:Hungary's MOL, Croatia in talks on INA share swap

Hungarian oil and gas firm MOL MOLB.BU is in preliminary talks with the Croatian government about boosting its stake in Croatian peer INA via a share swap, a Croatian government official said on Friday.


Argos:Romania's economy expanded 8.2 percent in the first quarter 2008

Romania's leu currency rose on Monday to its highest level in five weeks, boosted by better-than-expected economic data, while emerging assets were mostly weaker on persistent worries about growth and inflation.


Argos:BNP Paribas given until June 4 to agree to Bulgaria's terms on Belene

Bulgaria’s state-owned power grid operator, the National Electricity Company (NEC), would prefer French bank Societe Generale to BNP Paribas as the financing party in the project to build Bulgaria’s second nuclear power plant at Belene, Dnevnik daily quoted NEC senior managers as saying on June 1.


Argos:Telecom Slovenije : intensive investment activities in Balkans

Telekom Slovenia Group above expectations in the first quarter

Ljubljana, 30 May - Business results of the Telekom Slovenia Group and its subsidiaries for the first quarter of this year were very good and above plans.


Argos:Coca-Cola to be Produced in Kosovo

World-famous beverage Coca-Cola will be again produced in Kosovo, a local company who is expected to buy the license claims.




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