Romania replaces Poland on private equity funds' map

Publish date: Astazi, 14-11-2008
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Private equity funds invested almost 200 million euros in the first six months of the year, 25% less against the same time last year. Their main areas of interest were constructions and other related sectors, according to the statistics of South Eastern Europe's Private Equity Association (SEEPEA).

As a result, Romania replaced Poland, which was the most important market in Central and Eastern Europe, on the map of the private equity investments. Poland attracted 80 million euros in investments from private equity funds in the first half of the year, while in Bulgaria the funds invested approximately 50 million euros, SEEPEA statistics show.

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