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Press Review 24 Sep 12

Romania Press Review – September 24, 2012

A Romanian soldier was wounded in Afghanistan, Romania ranks 36 in the world economic freedom report, Chinese Renesola buys photovoltaic park

Marian Chiriac
Bucharest

ADEVARUL
Romanian corporal Dragos Vasile Dobra has been wounded in Afghanistan during a patrooling mission.

ROMANIA INSIDER
Romania ranks 36 in the world with a score of 7.41 out of 10 for economic freedom in the latest Fraser report.

BURSA
Chinese photovoltaic panels producer Renesola has acquired Romanian company Lucas Est, which runs a photovoltaic park in the country.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy


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