August 29, 2014 10:21 PM ET

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Company Overview of Aroma SA

Company Overview

Aroma SA operates as a winery in the Republic of Moldova. It offers brandy, vodka, and kalvadox. Aroma SA was formerly known as Production Union AROMA and changed its name in January 2000. The company was founded in 1898 and is based in Kishinev, Moldova.

Toma Ciorbă street, 38

Kishinev,  2004

Moldova

Founded in 1898

Phone:

373 22 200 651

Fax:

373 22 29 55 21

Key Executives for Aroma SA

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Aroma SA Key Developments

Moldova Refuses Privatization Of 13 Companies

The Cabinet of Ministers has dropped the plans to privatize 13 companies. The previous decree on privatization of the state property on the basis of the investment contests adopted on November 13, 2013 has been dropped. Minister of Economy Valeriu Lazar noted that the cancellation of the previous decision means that the government will refrain from the launch of the procedure of selection of independent consultants for the privatization of Moldtelecom S.A., Air Moldova, S.A. "Barza Alba", Aroma SA, Tutun-CTC S.A., S.A RED Nord, CET Nord, Nodul Hidroenergetic Costeti, Glass Container Company S.A., Fabrica de sticla din Chisinau IS, Combinatul de hardware produse Cerealiere din Chisinau, and Circul din Chisinau. The stakes will be offered for sale at the auctions at the Stock exchange of Moldova. The Prime Minister Iurie Leanca said that the decision to refuse from privatization according to individual projects was made after careful analysis with the local experts and development partners. Valeriu Lazar stated the competitions on privatization can be declared in May 2014.

Moldova To Sell Companies In 2014

Moldtelecom S.A., Bely Aist, Aroma SA, Tutun-CTC S.A., TPP Nord, TPP Nord-West, the Beltsy-based central TPP, a hydroelectric installation in Kosteshty, "KISHINEV GLASS-WORKS", JSC, Glass Container Company S.A., Air Moldova and the Kishinev-based grain products plant will be put up for sale in 2014.

Moldova To Privatize Companies

Moldova is seeking to privatize entities. It has issued a list of companies to be privatized. The list includes Glass Container Company S.A., Barza Alba SA, Aroma SA, Moldtelecom S.A., Vinuri - Ialoveni, Air Moldova, Floare-Carpet JSC, Tutun-CTC S.A., Fabrica de sticla din Chisinau IS, Farmaco SA, Aeroport Catering, Gara Nord, Vibpopribor, Gjuvaier, Moldcinema, Sanatorium Constructorul, Sanatorium Sanatatea, HEC- Nord Costesti Vin Ltd. and Hotel Chisinau. After the approval of the list of the named objects, the process of their privatization will start by means of the investment competitions and the Stock Exchange of Moldova. Valeriu Lazar, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of Moldova, stressed that the political decision on privatization of certain objects had been taken before, when the Parliament approved the list of the objects not subject to privatization.

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