First gulf bank kupuje Dunav banku?
Najvećoj banci Persijskog zaliva - First gulf bank, koja je najavila svoj dolazak u Srbiju, zajedno sa kompanijom "Al Dahra" iz Emirata, ponuđeno je da kupi domaću Dunav banku, umesto da otvara novu, saznaje "Blic".
- O tome su već obavljeni prvi razgovori. Arapima je sugerisano da ne otvaraju novu banku u Srbiji, jer bi to zahtevalo proceduru koja bi potrajala - kaže izvor "Blica".
Telenor mulls acquisition of bank in Serbia?
Telenor, one of the three mobile telephony operators in Serbia, is considering the establishment of its own bank, and they were also thinking about buying one of the existing banks in our country for some time. People at Telenor did not want to either confirm or deny such intention in a talk with NIN magazine.
Well-informed sources claim that they were eyeing KBC Banka in Serbia, but that the acquisition was probably not going to happen. One of the possible reasons is the fact that it is more cost-effective for Telenor to establish its own bank, for which a EUR 10 principal capital would be enough.
Sinteza Invest Group has cited unofficial sources as saying that Telenor asked the National Bank of Serbia about the conditions under which it could get a license to establish its own bank. Officially, such request has not yet been submitted to the NBS.
So far NBS has not given its consent to any company to form its own bank, and the last greenfield license was issued to Bank of Moscow five years ago.
Italy's Vibac to invest EUR 50 million in Jagodina-based factory?
Italy's Vibac is considering investing between 30 and 50 million euros in the construction of a factory in Jagodina, which would employ between 200 and 300 workers, it was announced today after a meeting between the representatives of that company, Finance and Economy Minister Mladjan Dinkic and representatives of the Jagodina municipality.
Dinkic said he expected an agreement on this investment to be signed in early March, adding that the construction should commence in the spring. As he pointed out, that will be the largest foreign investment in Jagodina.
Dinkic stressed that Vibac had chosen Jagodina because of its excellent geographic position, free land that would be allotted by the municipality as well as support that the investment would receive from the Serbian government.
He noted that the company would be exempt from taxes on profit over the next ten years. The plan is also to pay up to 17 percent of the total value of the investment to the investor if it hires more than 200 workers.
Director of Vibac Serbia Patrizio Masini said that the company was considering the possibility of increasing the production and entering new markets, which would call for the production of polypropylene films, adhesive polypropylene tapes and cardboard.
Kompanija "Crodux derivati" preuzima OMV pumpe u Hrvatskoj
Austrijska naftna kompanija OMV prodala je svoje 62 benzinske pumpe u Hrvatskoj preduzeću "Crodux", saopšteno je danas u Beču.
Ovaj korak je bio najavljen pre godinu dana i sada se primenjuje odluka o povlačenju iz Hrvatske, dodaje se u saopštenju u kojem se ne navodi cena prodaje lanca pumpi.
Konkretno će OMV Hrvatska d.o.o. biće prodat hrvatskom "Crodux derivati" d.o.o, koji je deo grupacije "Crodux plin".
"Crodux" će, kako je najavljeno, zadržati svih 63 zaposlenih i 62 benzinske pumpe, kao i lokalnu kancelariju OMV u Zagrebu.
OMV je u Hrvatskoj prisutan od 1992. godine, i prema sopstvenim navodima, držao je 13% udela na tržištu. OMV je decembra 2011. najavio da će se povući iz Bosne i Hercegovine i Hrvatske, i da će prodati ukupno 90 svojih pumpi.
U obrazloženju odluke navedeno je da Hrvatsak i Bosna nisu "optimalno" bile priključene u mrežu snabdevanja OMV.
Krajem novembra prošle godine srpski NIS otkupio je 28 pumpi u Bosni.