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November 23, 2022

IBM Appoints New Country Leader For Romania, Moldova
Nov 23, 2022

IBM Appoints New Country Leader For Romania, Moldova.

U.S.-based technology giant IBM, one of the biggest employers on the Romanian IT market, announced on Wednesday that it has appointed Cerasela Venera Baiculescu as Country Leader for IBM Romania and Moldova.

[Read the article in Ziarul Financiar]
 
 
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