According to the National Association of Romanian Exporters and Importers (ANEIR), Automobile Dacia, Nokia Romania, Rompetrol Rafinare, ArcelorMittal Galati and OMV Petrom were the main exporters of the first four months of 2010. With this occasion, ANEIR also announced that exports have officially come out of recession.
Between January and February 2010, exports totalized EUR 10.82 billion, compared to EUR 8.76, in the same period from last year, according to Mediafax. The top 100 of exporters, put together by ANEIR, have summed up 53 percent of the total deliveries on external markets. What’s more, in March and April 2010, exports were higher than those reached in the same months, but prior to the crisis.
Of the 100 companies found in the classification, only four are Romanian: chemical products manufacturer Oltchim, power generation company Hidroelectrica, cereals and technical plants trader Interagro and Compa Sibiu, an automotive components manufacturer. Other companies found in the top 100 are Petrotel-Lukoil, Renault Industrie Roumanie, Honeywell Tehnologies, Continental Automotive Product, Autoliv România, Alro and Daewoo Mangalia.