The business in Romania blog writes about the Romanian business landscape, doing business in Romania, investing in Romania business and debating on business issues in Romania. Check this Blog's Policy here.
Sitemap | Feedback | Doing Business in Romania report | Opening a Business in Romania | RSS for this Blog
Tuesday, October 12, 2004
Following the international trend in petrol prices going up, Rompetrol, the second-largest Romanian Oil Company raises the price for Oil by 15 USD / 1 ton of oil. This way, the Euro3 diesel fuel price had advanced from USD459/ton to USD442/ton.
The company said that no retail price hikes would occur at Rompetrol gas stations yet. But other private operators who acquire fuels from Rompetrol would probably adjust higher their retail prices.
Petrom announced that they wouldn't raise the price for their petroleum, but if the international pressure will continue they will have to follow.
Posted by Mihai Botea : 10/12/2004 03:02:00 pm
06/01/2004 - 07/01/2004
Fast Company is looking for remarkable people
British Men Falsify Paternity To Adopt Romanian Ba...
BCR To Have New Supervisory Board Chairman
Loans for Romanian Business
Plesu and Dinescu resign from CNSAS
Ex-Im Bank $180 Million Guarantee Backs U.S. Expor...
Romania Selects JP Morgan As Adviser In CEC Bank S...
Romania and Bulgaria to enter EU in 2007
Turkey nearer EU entry than Romania !?
EU hardens accession conditions
Publications & Media
This website is proud to be designed by Mihai Dragan
I usually listen to THIS kind of music.