Fondul Proprietatea head urges listing of new SOEs on the capital market


Hidroelectrica , Airports Bucharest, Constanta Harbor and Salrom should be listed on the stock exchange as soon as possible, said Greg Konieczny, executive vice-president Templeton Emerging Markets Group and manager of Fondul Proprietatea. „We had a growth of the net assets of 1 percent and the main contribution came from the unlisted state-owned companies: Hidroelectrica, […]

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