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MOL opens two more filling stations in Romania

Int’l Relations

MOL Romania has opened two new filling stations, in Huedin and Piatra Neamt, through investment of € 500,000, expanding its network in the country to 137 units, the company said on Thursday. The Romanian unit of Hungarian oil and gas company, MOL, currently controls 12.5% of the fuel distribution market in Romania. With opening seventy filling stations in Romania by 2015, it wants to increase its market share to 15%.

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