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Bets on a Scandal-Plagued Gambling House Are Piling Up
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( Jacky Wong | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.85   time to read: +2 min
The fight for the crown jewel of the Australian gambling scene is heating up. The watchdog later said Crown isn’t fit to hold the gambling license necessary to open its new Sydney casino, housed in a skyscraper overlooking the city’s harbor. Private-equity company Blackstone and Australian casino operator Star Entertainment have made offers to buy the whole company. Under the agreement, CPH can’t appoint nominees to Crown’s board until October 2024 and can’t talk to the company about its operations privately. Following the recent revelations, official investigations also are under way into Crown’s existing casinos in Perth and Melbourne.
Persons: James Packer, Oaktree, CPH, CPH can’t Organizations: Crown Resorts, Consolidated Press Holdings, Oaktree, U.S, CPH, Private, Blackstone, Star Entertainment, Crown Locations: Sydney, Australian, Perth, Melbourne
JPMorgan's private bank wants to double its advisor head count to 3,000 over the next five years. Private Bank CEO David Frame told Insider where and why the firm is pushing to expand. JPMorgan plans to hire as many as 1,500 new advisors over the next five years, doubling its current private-bank advisor head count, Private Bank CEO David Frame said in an interview. "We had hundreds of Zoom meetings with clients," Frame said. Since October, UBS has poached at least eight teams from JPMorgan Private Bank, according to Advisor Hub.
Persons: David Frame, COVID, State Condoleezza Rice, Stéphane Bancel, Bob Iger, We've, it'll Organizations: JPMorgan's, Private Bank, JPMorgan, State, Moderna, Disney, UBS, JPMorgan Private Bank, Advisors Locations: New York, Chicago, California, Florida, Texas, Austin, Fort Worth, Miami, Los Angeles
Tom, a business owner traveling on the flight, told Insider that the flights have been a lifesaver since back issues make it difficult for him to bear the drive between Phoenix and San Diego. He wants Set Jet to fly to Costa Rica next so he can continue avoiding the airlines. Flying on private jet firm Set Jet. Thomas Pallini/Insider
Persons: Tom, Thomas Pallini Locations: Phoenix, San Diego, Costa Rica
Stocks waver as investors eye the Fed
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Pete Schroeder | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The S&P 500 lost 11.83 points, or 0.28%, while the Nasdaq Composite added 53.24 points, or 0.38%. Investors are wondering... whether the Fed will hint at tapering.”That sentiment weighed on gold prices as well, as the precious metal slipped as much as 1.7%. Spot gold prices were down 0.66% by 1:26 p.m. EDT (1726 GMT) to $1,864.19 an ounce. It hit a session high of $71.78 a barrel, its highest since October 2018. [O/R]BITCOIN BUMPIn currencies, the U.S. dollar dipped slightly on Monday after logging its largest weekly change in over a month.
Persons: it’s, , Stephanie Roth, Wednesday’s FOMC, Jerome Powell, Glenmede, Brent, Bitcoin, Elon Musk Organizations: WASHINGTON, Treasury, Reserve, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, JPMorgan Private Bank, U.S . West Texas Intermediate, U.S, Tesla Inc Locations: Wednesday’s, U.S
Any Federal Reserve announcement about tapering is unlikely to be 'sudden,' says HSBC
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAny Federal Reserve announcement about tapering is unlikely to be 'sudden,' says HSBCCommunication from the U.S. Federal Reserve about any potential tapering is expected to be done in a "calibrated manner" to avoid a knee-jerk reaction, says James Cheo of HSBC Private Banking and Wealth Management.
Persons: James Cheo Organizations: HSBC Communication, U.S . Federal Reserve, HSBC Private Banking, Wealth Management
Nigeria's Twitter ban leaves some businesses in the lurch
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Lagos based entreprenuer Ogechi Egemonu opens the Twitter app on a smart phone at her office in Lagos, Nigeria June 10, 2021. "Social media is where I eat," she told Reuters. "I depend on social media for my livelihood." Scores of small and medium-sized businesses across Africa's most populous nation - and largest economy - are reeling from the indefinite suspension of the social media site. Information Minister Lai Mohammed last week said that all social media sites must register a local entity and get a license to operate.
Persons: Egemonu, Seun Sanni, Ogechi Egemonu, Muhammadu Buhari, Muda Yusuf, Iyeke, Lai Mohammed Organizations: REUTERS, Seun, Reuters, Private Networks, Lagos Chamber of Commerce, Financial Derivatives Company, Thomson Locations: Lagos, Nigeria, Seun Sanni Lagos, Nigerian, Africa's
Private Equity’s Biggest Tax Tactics
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( Andrew Ross Sorkin | Jason Karaian | Sarah Kessler | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
Private equity has conquered the American tax systemThe $4.5 trillion buyout industry “has perfected sleight-of-hand tax-avoidance strategies so aggressive that at least three private equity officials have alerted the Internal Revenue Service to potentially illegal tactics,” according to a new investigation by The Times. These previously unreported whistle-blower claims involved dozens of private equity firms, Jesse Drucker and Danny Hakim report. audits of private equity firms are “almost nonexistent,” said Michael Desmond, who stepped down this year as the I.R.S.’s chief counsel. After ProPublica’s recent revelation that some of America’s richest men paid little or no federal taxes, the push to tax private equity may gain new momentum. Like those before him, his ability to increase private equity’s tax burden will face resistance in the form of the industry’s formidable lobbying operations, which have derailed many past efforts.
Persons: Jesse Drucker, Danny Hakim, , Michael Desmond, , Monte Jackel, ” Jackel, Obama, Trump, Biden Organizations: Internal Revenue Service, The Times, Times Locations: U.S
Private investments head Fran Kinniry told Insider about the firm's growth plans in private equity. The $7.5 trillion manager is raising for its second private equity fund, which will be available to individual accredited investors. Vanguard made its first foray into private equity in February 2020 through a partnership with private equity fund-of-funds HarbourVest Partners. How Vanguard is imagining "low-cost" for private equityKinniry said that in the long-term Vanguard hopes to "democratize" private equity for non-accredited retail investors. And then he did the same with active [investing], and now we hope to do the same with private equity.
Persons: Fran Kinniry, , Kinniry, There's, Jack Bogle's, Jack, Bogle Organizations: Vanguard, Harbourvest, HarbourVest Partners, SEC, Private, US Department of Labor
Queen Elizabeth II Welcomed the Bidens to a Private Tea at Windsor
  + stars: | 2021-06-13 | by ( Mark Landler | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.89   time to read: +1 min
CARBIS BAY, England — Queen Elizabeth II was a spry presence at the Group of 7 meeting in Cornwall, England, on Friday, wisecracking during a group photo with world leaders and cutting a cake with a sword. But on Sunday, when she welcomed President Biden and the first lady, Jill Biden, to her own home, Windsor Castle, it was a very private visit, with cameras and reporters kept well away. Mr. Biden and the queen inspected an honor guard of grenadiers in the castle’s sun-splashed quadrangle before retiring inside for tea. The queen has sought refuge at Windsor since abandoning Buckingham Palace early last year as the coronavirus pandemic was bearing down on Britain. It was Mr. Biden’s last meeting before he left for Brussels, the next stop in his European tour.
Persons: Elizabeth II, spry, Biden, Jill Biden, Biden’s, Boris Johnson, Donald J, Trump Organizations: Group, Buckingham Palace Locations: CARBIS BAY, England, Cornwall, Windsor, Buckingham, Britain, Brussels
Private Inequity: How a Powerful Industry Conquered the Tax System
  + stars: | 2021-06-12 | by ( Jesse Drucker | Danny Hakim | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.71   time to read: +1 min
Private equity’s ability to vanquish the I.R.S., Treasury and Congress goes a long way toward explaining the deep inequities in the U.S. tax system. When it comes to bankrolling the federal government, the richest of America’s rich — many of them hailing from the private equity industry — play by an entirely different set of rules than everyone else. The result is that men like Blackstone Group’s chief executive, Stephen A. Schwarzman, who earned more than $610 million last year, can pay federal taxes at rates similar to the average American. Lawmakers have periodically tried to force private equity to pay more, and the Biden administration has proposed a series of reforms, including enlarging the I.R.S.’s enforcement budget and closing loopholes. The push for reform gained new momentum after ProPublica’s recent revelation that some of America’s richest men paid little or no federal taxes.
Persons: Blackstone, Stephen A, Biden Organizations: Treasury, Congress, Lawmakers Locations: United, U.S
NASA is seeking proposals for its next two private astronaut missions to the ISS. NASA is seeking proposals for the next two private astronaut missions to the International Space Station (ISS), the agency announced Friday. The agency is seeking proposals from US commercial space companies for the next two missions in an effort to make space accessible to more people than ever before. Earlier in May, NASA and Axiom Space agreed to fly the first private astronauts to the ISS as early as January 2022. NASA defines private astronaut missions as "privately funded, fully commercial spaceflights on a commercial launch vehicle for the purpose of enabling tourism, outreach, commercial research, and approved commercial and marketing activities on the space station."
Persons: Phil McAlister Organizations: NASA, International Space
Credit Suisse has hired HSBC's Truls Engebretsen as a senior credit trader. Engebretsen, previously US head of investment grade credit, rejoins Credit Suisse after nearly 10 years away, according to FINRA records seen by Insider. Engebretsen, previously US head of investment grade credit, rejoins Credit Suisse after nearly 10 years away, according to FINRA records seen by Insider. Christopher Dawe , previously co-head of private investments at Goldman Sachs, will lead Private Capital's technology and consumer growth equity business. Meg McClellan will lead private debt.
Persons: Alice Milligan, Morgan Stanley, Andy Saperstein, Milligan, Audrey Choi, Choi, Chad Turner, Mike Curcio, HSBC's Truls, Christopher Bathon, Mike Malloy, Marshall Peters, HSBC's, Cowen, Jenny Killeen, Michael S, Raymond James, Ryan Kaeding, Kaeding, Piper Sandler, Katherine Fogertey, Fogertey, Goldman Sachs, Deborah Bussière, Christopher Dawe, Osei Van Horne, Van Horne, Brian Carlin, Rick Smith, Meg McClellan, Anton Pil, Ben Darsney, Justin Smolkin, Jeff Bunzel, Darsney, Smolkin, Michael Lattarulo, Meredith Mazzilli, Rebecca Ungarino, Carter Johnson, Reed Alexander, Alex Morrell Organizations: intel, Trade, Credit Suisse, HSBC, MSD, Broadridge Financial, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Private Capital, Goldman, Wells, Private, Deutsche Bank Locations: Americas
Volkswagen, Ford to exit auto finance business in India - sources
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( Aditi Shah | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Volkswagen Finance Private Ltd said in a statement that it had acquired a major stake in Indian loan brokerage portal KUWY Technologies to service its retail customers. To offset the disadvantage, Volkswagen and Ford would offer incentives to those dealers who have used their credit finance, the sources said. The decision to exit the financing business comes at a time when Ford is finalising a new strategy for India after ending ties with Mahindra & Mahindra on Dec. 31. “We are confident the auto financing sector in India can support Ford customer and dealer new financing needs. Our team continues to service our existing book of business,” the spokesperson said, adding that 25%-30% of its dealers do business with Ford Credit.
Persons: Ford, , Aditi Shah, Sanjeev Miglani, Louise Heavens Organizations: Volkswagen AG, Ford Motor Co, Reuters, Volkswagen Finance Private Ltd, VW, Volkswagen, Skoda, Audi, Technologies, Ford, Dealers, Ford Credit, Mahindra, Ford Motor India Locations: DELHI, India
STR | AFP | Getty ImagesFrom green energy to equal access to education and technology, investors can find opportunities to make money through these "unstoppable trends," says Citi. Alternative and green energy are "very productive right now" where global trends are concerned, said Ken Peng, head of investment strategy for Asia-Pacific at Citi Private Bank, during a virtual media briefing on Wednesday. He said the most important will be the "unstoppable trends" like climate change and social justice, including providing equal access to education and technology. "So these two things will converge and I think, create an opportunity for investors to make money by doing good." Last month, BlackRock told CNBC that ESG investments could reach $1 trillion by 2030.
Persons: Ken Peng, David Bailin, Bailin, Cybersecurity Organizations: AFP, Getty, Citi, Citi Private Bank, Citi Global Wealth, CNBC, BlackRock Locations: Hami, China, Asia, Pacific, Europe
Investors are shifting from public to private markets this year, says Nuveen
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailInvestors are shifting from public to private markets this year, says NuveenSimon England-Brammer of Nuveen says despite a significant shift by institutional investors from private asset classes to public in 2020, he believes this trend has been reversed in 2021. He says, however, investors still find it challenging to put money in areas like real estate and infrastructure because they can't conduct due diligence.
Persons: Nuveen Simon England, Nuveen
An Insider investigation has found that some of California's highest-ranking education officials and leading public universities worked closely with a swaggering entrepreneur who launched a private boarding school for elite families in China. An Insider investigation has found that some of California's highest-ranking education officials and leading public universities worked closely with a businessman named Steven Ma to help set up an exclusive private boarding school in Qingdao, China, called Pegasus California School. Val Verde's superintendent publicly proclaimed that UC Riverside guaranteed admission to all Pegasus graduates, according to the minutes of a public-school board meeting. One former California education official described the arrangement, if it exists, as "appalling." READ OUR FULL STORY: Insider investigation reveals officials helped sell access to California public schools to Chinese elite
Persons: Val Verde, Val Verde's, Steven Ma, Val, Ma, Tony, Thurmond Organizations: Pegasus California School, Val Verde Unified School District, University of California, Riverside, Pegasus, UC, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, California Department of Education, Commission Locations: China, Qingdao, Val, Riverside County , California, California, Irvine, .
Bankers, traders, and other employees are departing Credit Suisse in droves in recent months. The leadership shakeup also saw the departures of , head of equities sales and trading; , head of prime services risk; , head of credit risk; , head of counterparty credit risk management for IB; and , head of counterparty hedge fund risk. HSBC made a group of trader hires, including a lift-out of four Credit Suisse corporate bond traders, Insider reported June 8. made a group of trader hires, including a lift-out of four Credit Suisse corporate bond traders, Insider reported June 8. HSBC also hired Credit Suisse VP Chris Staudt for its emerging-markets credit desk, Insider reported June 8.
Persons: Bill Hwang, Brian Chin, Laura Werner, John Dabbs, Ryan Nelson, Thomas Gottstein, Chin, Gottstein, there's, shakeup, Paul Galietto, Parshu Shah, Ryan Atkinson, Ilana Ash, Manish Mehta, Marla Moskowitz, Hesse, Wells, Wells Fargo, Jose Olympio Pereira, Falguni Desai, efinancialcareers, Michael Lattarulo, Christopher Bathon, Christopher Schuville, Mike Malloy, Marshall Peters, Bathon, Malloy, Peters, Chris Staudt, Houlihan Lokey, Sameer Shamsi, Shamsi, Christoph Schumacher Organizations: Credit Suisse, Jefferies, JPMorgan, Citigroup, Bank of America . Credit Suisse, UBS, York Capital, Greensill, Bloomberg, Archegos Capital Management, Credit, Bank of America, Barclays, Suisse, IB, Wells Fargo, Wells, Credit Suisse Brazil, Microsoft, Investment, Wall Street, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Credit Suisse Asset Management, Manulife Investment Management, Private Locations: Swiss, Americas
UBS' Rod Von Lipsey on tech stocks, small and mid-cap stocks
  + stars: | 2021-06-11 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.71   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailUBS' Rod Von Lipsey on tech stocks, small and mid-cap stocksUBS Private Wealth Management managing director Rod Von Lipsey joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss small and mid-cap stocks overperforming in the stock market, as well as his thoughts on tech stocks. With Solstein Capital's Nadine Terman and Odyssey Capital Advisors' Jason Snipe.
Persons: Rod Von Lipsey, Bell, Solstein Capital's Nadine Terman, Jason Snipe Organizations: UBS, UBS Private Wealth Management, Odyssey Capital
BlackRock outlines investment push into private markets
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Kate Duguid | ) www.reuters.com + 0.99   time to read: +2 min
Larry Fink, Chief Executive Officer of BlackRock, takes part in the Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit in New York, U.S., February 8, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas JacksonBlackRock Inc (BLK.N), the world's largest asset manager, is pushing more aggressively into private market investments, the firm detailed at an investorpresentation on Thursday. BlackRock, in its investor day presentation on Thursday, said alternative investments - including private equity, real estate, hedge funds and venture capital - can offer a market-beating edge. Private market investments recorded 18% revenue growth for the company last year, twice the rate of the broader industry. A spokesperson for BlackRock said this has picked up momentum since the firm in May received a license in China for a majority-owned wealth management venture, the country's fast-growing asset management market.
Persons: Larry Fink, Lucas Jackson, Joe Biden's, Fink Organizations: Yahoo Finance, REUTERS, Lucas Jackson BlackRock Inc, BlackRock, CNBC, Thomson Locations: New York, U.S, BlackRock, China
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain’s Prince Charles hosted a meeting of bosses from some of the world’s leading companies on Thursday, telling them business and private sector finance were essential to solving the climate crisis a day before their meeting with G7 leaders. “We do have, I think, a potentially game-changing opportunity to drive forward the partnerships between government, business and private sector finance that are absolutely vital if we are to win the battle to combat climate change and biodiversity loss,” Charles said. Their number included the chief executives from Bank of America, AstraZeneca, HSBC, Nat West and Heathrow Airport. Also present were John Kerry, the U.S. climate envoy, and Britain’s COP26 President Aloe Sharma. At that meeting, business leaders will put forward three initiatives to help accelerate investment in low-carbon, sustainable projects, and promote innovative schemes to help meet climate change goals.
Persons: Britain’s Prince Charles, Charles, ” Charles, , John Kerry, Britain’s, Aloe Sharma, Pascal Soriot, I’m, Prince, Boris Johnson Organizations: ‘ Coalition, Markets Initiative, Bank of America, AstraZeneca, HSBC, Nat, Heathrow Airport Locations: James’s, London, U.S, Cornwall, England, Wales, British
Verizon turns on commercial private 5G in U.S.
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Supantha Mukherjee | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.79   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File PhotoVerizon Business (VZ.N) on Thursday launched its first commercially available private 5G network in the U.S. to offer businesses and government departments high-speed indoor or outdoor connectivity. Private 5G networks remove the need for businesses to jostle for speed with others on a public network and help enable data-intensive applications that use computer vision, augmented reality and machine learning to increase productivity. Verizon has been trialing private 5G with several customers, including Associated British Ports, and have partnered with the likes of Microsoft (MSFT.O) and Amazon (AMZN.O). The private 5G network, managed by Verizon, would keep all cellular traffic on the premises of the customer to increase security, while authorised remote users can still access applications. Verizon is seeing a lot of demand from financial institutions to increase speed of trading flows using 5G, and warehouses, which are planning to use robots and autonomous vehicles, Sampath said.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Sampath Organizations: Verizon, REUTERS, Private, Associated, Associated British Ports, Microsoft, Corning, Tyndall Air Force Base, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Nokia, Samsung, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, Associated British, WeWork
Cellebrite, the secretive forensics firm known for cracking into locked iPhones, is preparing to go public. CEO Yossi Carmil told Insider about Cellebrite's "race" to stay ahead of Apple's software patches. Cellebrite's customers have mostly been police in the past, but now it's pursuing more private contracts. According to Carmil, Apple has been trying to patch vulnerabilities that Cellebrite exploits since 2011, and Cellebrite has been in a similar cat-and-mouse game with Samsung since 2016. Carmil also speculated that companies like Apple and Samsung may ultimately determine that it's in their best interests not to fight Cellebrite's technology.
Persons: Yossi Carmil, Cellebrite, Apple, Carmil, Marlinspike, Cellebrite's, I'm, , Kayleigh Haywood, Leeor Ben, Peretz, it's Organizations: FBI, Apple, Samsung, Union, US Department of Justice, iTunes, US, EU Locations: Israel, Leicestershire, Russia, Belarus, China
Viewsroom: Private equity gets funky, HK hiring
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
People walk on a pavement at Hong Kong's financial Central district during sunset May 11, 2011. REUTERS/Bobby YipBlackstone, KKR, Carlyle and other firms are flipping the leveraged buyout playbook with deals that, while less dependent on debt, don’t always add up for their backers. Meanwhile, investment banking is fast becoming the fragrant harbor’s monoculture. Our columnists discuss. Listen to the podcastFollow @rob1cox on Twitter- For previous columns by the author, Reuters customers can click on
Persons: Bobby Yip Blackstone, Carlyle, don’t Organizations: REUTERS, KKR, Twitter
Private equity and hedge funds have added to the fund's performance over the past 10 years, he said. The Ohio pension plan's holdings in private equity and hedge funds have stumbled. Private equity firms buy companies, borrowing money to do so, and hope to sell them at a profit later. In his research, Phalippou included rebuttals from private equity firms and a lobbying group that criticized his analysis, noting that investors are "highly satisfied" with private equity performance and disclosures. "The first issue is lack of transparency" in the pension plan's private equity and hedge fund investments, Rayfield said.
Persons: Dean Dennis, Patty, Dennis, Dennis family's, Dean, Patty Dennis, Underfunding, Nick Treneff, , Treneff, Carlyle, outperformance, Ludovic Phalippou, Phalippou, Robin Rayfield, Rayfield, Edward Siedle, hasn't, Rick Carfagna, I'm, Alissa Burton, Siedle, Rudy Fichtenbaum, Fichtenbaum Organizations: State, of Ohio, Wall, Ohio Retired Teachers Association, Vanguard, Fidelity, Social Security, National Association of State, Milliman Inc, California Public Employees, Apollo Global Management, Carlyle Group, Securities and Exchange Commission, Ohio, Association, University of Oxford's, Business, SEC, Study, Senate, Wright State University Locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S, Genoa Township, Covid, Dayton
Employees work in the warehouse for medical equipment of logistics company Fiege in Apfelstaedt near Erfurt, Germany, April 3, 2020, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues. Martin Schutt/Pool via REUTERSLogistics and warehouse companies are accelerating expansion plans in southeastern Europe where business is expected to boom as the pandemic spurs manufacturers to relocate operations close to main markets. Raben and other industrial warehouse firms said they were in talks with companies looking to shift some operations from Asia and elsewhere but it was too early to share details. Poland and the Czech Republic represent the biggest markets in the industrial and logistics warehouse sector in emerging Europe with 20 million metres and 9 million square metres of warehouse space -- equivalent to about 1,300 football pitches -- compared to 5 million square metres in Romania. Dacia's (RENA.PA) deal to renew a 68,000 square metre warehouse lease marked Romania's biggest deal of the first quarter.
Persons: Martin Schutt, Raben, Tomasz Niezwicki, Colliers, Andrew Peirson, Richard Wilkinson, Razvan Iorgu Organizations: REUTERS Logistics, Privately, Reuters, Union nations, Colliers, Cromwell, Group, CTP, CBRE, Sandhar Technologies, Ford Motor, Thomson Locations: Apfelstaedt, Erfurt, Germany, Europe, Balkans, Asia, Romania, Union nations Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Czech Republic, China, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, France, Romanian, India, Craiova
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