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Most shareholders in Romanian companies are aged 40-49

Staff writer |
Most shareholders in Romanian companies were aged 40-49 in January this year, according to the National Trade Registry’s data.

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People in this age group represented almost a third (29.8%) of the total number of shareholders or associates in local companies.

People aged 30-39 have a share of 27.4% whereas those aged 50-59 represent 17.8%. Also, over 174,000 shareholders were over 60, or 14.7% of the total, whereas little more than 121,000 (10.2%) were below 29.

The number of active companies in Romania amounted to almost 777,000 in January, and the number of shareholders or associates reached 1.18 million. About 63.5% of them were men whereas women represented 36.5%.

In January, about 8,300 new companies were registered.


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