In Romania, Plants Grow Out Of Sync With The “Prestige” Of Cities

03.20.2014 By Dana Ciriperu

The 140-year old Grivita brewery of Bucharest will become a real estate project, a former sweets plant in Brasov was acquired by Germany’s retailer Lidl and is to be turned into a store and hotel, while the Ursus brewery in Cluj-Napoca, one of Romania’s first large beer plants, was demolished last year. These are just the latest examples of very old plants vanishing from Romania’s economic map.

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