Foreign retailers have invested by almost 20 pc more in H1 yoy


EUR 102.9 million have been invested in the first six months of this year by foreign retailers in their local networks, by 19 percent more compared to the same period in 2014 when amounted to EUR 86.6 million, according to National Trade Register Office (ONRC) data.

The highest capital contributions were made by French retailer Auchan shareholders, who injected EUR 30.69 million in February, followed by German retailer Lidl Discount, which increased its share capital by EUR 30.5 million, also in February.

The second month of the year was also prefered by Greek toy retailer Jumbo which brought a capital contribution of EUR 20.19 million on the Romanian market, while British retailer Mark & Spencer Marinopoulos injected EUR 4.5 million in March.

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