Romanian Executive Loredana Butnaru Triples Miele’s Sales To RON24M

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Local sales of high-end home appliances manufacturer Miele are headed towards 22 million to 24 million lei (EUR4.9 million to EUR5.32 million) this year, says Loredana Butnaru, the Romanian executive who runs the local retail operations of the company.
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