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April 17, 2024

Swedish fund Greenbridge returns for free Romanian furniture factory taken over in 2019
Apr 17, 2024

Swedish fund Greenbridge returns for free Romanian furniture factory taken over in 2019.

Swedish investment fund Greenbridge Partners announced that it returned the Romanian furniture producer Rus Savitar for free to the founders after it paid tens of millions of euros to take it over in 2019, according to Ziarul Financiar. Rus Savitar also operates the furniture retail chain (...)

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