BalkanForum - das Forum für alle Balkanesen
Erweiterte Suche
BalkanForum - das Forum für alle Balkanesen

Willkommen bei BalkanForum - das Forum für alle Balkanesen.
Seite 8 von 113 ErsteErste ... 4567891011121858108 ... LetzteLetzte
Ergebnis 71 bis 80 von 1126

Wirtschaft Albaniens - Ekonomia e Shqipërisë - Economy of Albania

Erstellt von Bloody, 19.05.2009, 21:23 Uhr · 1.125 Antworten · 125.069 Aufrufe

  1. #71
    Albania buys 5 Eurocopter military helicopters

    Albania signed a euro78.6 million ($113.2 million) deal Friday to buy five military helicopters from France-based Eurocopter.

    The Defense Ministry said the AS 532 AL Cougar transport helicopters will be delivered over the next three to four years by Eurocopter, a branch of Airbus parent company EADS.

    Former Communist Albania, which joined NATO in April, is engaged in a major military overhaul to come in line with alliance standards, replacing its antiquated Russian and Chinese-made tanks, aircraft and naval ships.
    It plans to convert its conscript army into a fully professional force next year.

    Albania buys 5 Eurocopter military helicopters - BusinessWeek

  2. #72
    PORR baut Wasserkraftwerk Ashta in Albanien

    Die PORR-Gruppe wird das Wasserkraftwerk Ashta südlich von Shkoder, der viertgrößten albanischen Stadt, im Nordwesten von Albanien errichten. Auftraggeber ist die ENERGJI ASHTA Shpk, ein Tochterunternehmen des größten österreichischen Elektrizitätsunternehmens Verbund. Für das Gesamtprojekt zeichnen mit Verbund, der die industrielle Führung innehat, und Andritz namhafte weitere österreichische Großunternehmen verantwortlich. "Auch dieser Auftrag stellt einmal mehr unter Beweis, dass die strategische Positionierung der PORR-Gruppe als Full-Service-Provider im Infrastrukturbereich aufgrund der hohen Nachfrage bei Tiefbau-Großprojekten im CEE/SEE-Raum von Erfolg gekrönt ist", so PORR-CEO Wolfgang Hesoun. Der Auftragswert für PORR beträgt ca. 60 Mio. Euro.

    Die PORR Technobau und Umwelt AG, eine Tochter der PORR-Gruppe zeichnet dabei für die gesamte Bauausführung verantwortlich. Ashta ist die letzte Kraftwerksstufe in einer Reihe von drei bestehenden Kraftwerken und nutzt die Fallhöhe zwischen dem vom Fluss Drin gespeisten Spathara-Stausee und der Mündungsstelle des Drin in den Buna, wobei das Kraftwerksprojekt Ashta aus zwei Teilen bestehen wird. Die beiden Laufwasserkraftwerke Ashta 1 und Ashta 2 werden durch einen 5 km langen und 85 m breiten Kanal verbunden sein, wobei PORR sämtliche Beton-, Aushub-, Kanal-, und Bauarbeiten durchführen wird. Mit einem maximalen Durchfluss von 560m2/s für das Laufwasserkraftwerk Ashta 1 und 530m3/s für Ashta 2, wird die installierte Gesamtleistung damit bei rund 50 MW liegen mit einer geplanten jährlichen Erzeugungsmenge von 230 GWh. Baubeginn ist im Jänner 2010, die Inbetriebnahme des Kraftwerks ist für 2012 geplant.

    PORR baut Wasserkraftwerk Ashta in Albanien - Erste Tageszeitung für ERNEUERBARE ENERGIE und Nachhaltigkeit - Zeitung Medium Portal Fachblatt Zeitschrift tagesaktuell Erneuerbare Energien rss xml

  3. #73
    Raiffeisen Bank Albania awarded best bank of 2009

    Albania might gain EU candidate status in early 2011

    Albania - Google News

  4. #74
    Five arrested in Albania for corruption

    Police arrested five people, including two officials, for suspected corruption Tuesday (December 22nd). Procurement Office director Bujar Murati, a prosecution expert at the State Guard, and three administrators in a private company are accused of violating a public tender procedure to provide police and guard uniforms. Prosecutors say the group rigged the contract by eliminating competition. Each of the officials allegedly received a bribe of up to 125,000 euros.

    Five arrested in Albania for corruption (

  5. #75
    Bankers Petroleum boosts Albanian spending, production targets for 2010

    Canada-based Bankers Petroleum oil and gas, which operates exclusively in Albania, plans a $152 million capital program for 2010, up 275% from this year.

    Production by the end of 2010 is targeted at 15,000 barrels of oil per day, 15% higher than guidance and 88% above the projected rate for 2009, management said in a statement.

    The company will focus its new capital program on major development at its Patos Marinza oil field with minor expenditure at Kucova oil field and the newly acquired Block F exploration acreage, the statement said. Business News : Bankers Petroleum boosts Albanian spending, production targets for 2010

  6. #76

    Daumen runter eshte Turp i madhe.!

    Zitat Zitat von Arbanasi Beitrag anzeigen
    Ich denke das passt hier rein...
    Çfarë turpi!

    Shikoni se cfare bejn ne Shqiperi.
    Die Griechen machen das mit absicht, sie wollen das die Albanischen Kinder eine Identität annehmen welche nicht ihre ist, aber wenn man den Kindern von klein auf schon sagt ''Ti je Grek'' dann werden diese später auch sagen ''Ne jemi Grek''.. Griechische scheiß Politik.!
    Aber die Albanische POlitik ist kein stück besser, sowas in ihrem land zuzulassen ist Idiotisch, zumal die Griechischen Politiker welche in der Europäischen Union mitarbeiten, keine Albanische Schule in Griechenland Fördern.!
    Lang lebe Griechenland, das bald ganz Albanien einnehmen wird.
    Lernt Griechisch ihr armen Albaner.

  7. #77
    Bankers Petroleum announces its 2010 capital budget and production guidance

    Bankers Petroleum Ltd. ("Bankers" or the "Company") (TSX: BNK, AIM: BNK) is pleased to announce its capital expenditure program and production target for 2010. The capital program of US$152 million, an increase of 275% over its 2009 capital program, will focus on major development activities at the Patos Marinza oil field with minor expenditures at Kucova oil field and the newly acquired Block F exploration acreage in Albania.

    The 2010 exit rate production guidance has also been revised to 15,000 bopd, an increase of 15% over its previous guidance and an 88% increase over the projected 2009 exit rate of 8,000 bopd. - Bankers Petroleum announces its 2010 capital budget and production guidance

  8. #78
    Albania posts Q3 growth of 4.1% on the year

    Albania recorded GDP growth of 4.1% in the third quarter from a year earlier, up 0.4% against the second quarter, the National Institute of Statistics (INSTAT) reported. All sectors showed rises in the third quarter except industry, down 4.5%, and construction, which slipped 0.7%.
    The highest increases were registered in telecommunications (34.3%), transport (15.5%) and trade (6.4%), INSTAT said in a statement.
    Growth in full-year 2008 was 8%.

  9. #79

    Daumen hoch

    Albania: Prime Minister Sali Berisha is the most successful leader in Europe

    Albania: PM Sali Berisha is the most successful leader in Europe -this is based on economic achievements in Albania.
    Albania's economic growth over the last four years has been higher than at any time in the last 100 years - with projected growth for 2009 the highest in the Europe - due to a series of government initiatives in recent years that have helped Albania to cope with the impact of the world recession.

    Albanian economy has been able to progress despite a number of significant shocks in the world's economy
    Albanian GDP growth has averaged 10% percent annually. Projected GDP growth for 2009 is the highest in the Europe and follows its peak growth rate in 2007-2008.

    The Albanian economy has done very well under Prime Minister Sali Berisha, and government policy has been key. These economic gains are a big part of the reason he win re-election in 2009. Billions of dollars are currently being invested in all sectors.

    Mr Berisha has doubled the budget, raised salaries, lifted Albanians from the poverty line and done an amazing job on the education system. Albanian tourism and investments is flourishing.Albania recently witnessed an impressive growth in tourism this year.

    The government of Albania announced that there was a 42 percent increase in the number of tourists visiting the country compared to last year. With new hotels, resorts, bars and restaurants, the Albanian private sector in tourism has been growing an average of 30 percent for five years.

    The Albanian economy had the best growth in Europe last year, and this trend is expected to continue this year as well. Foreign investments in Albania have increased 59 percent this year.

    The Albanian government under Prime Minister Berisha, has created an excellent environment to attract investors to Albania. Special emphasis was paid on constructions of roads and improving infrastructure. The efforts on improving the legal system to protect investors also proved significant. Also that many Western European companies have chosen to escape the high taxes in Europe by investing in Albania as the latter offers the best tax system in Europe with a 10 percent flat tax
    Albania is one of the wealthiest lands in natural resources per square mile in the world. With amazing mountains, beaches, lakes, rivers, forests, and rich soil. Underneath this land lies billions of prooven barrels of oil, trillions of square yards of natural gas, gold, platinum, copper, the largest chrome reserves in Europe, bauxite, nickel, cobalt, magnesium, ores, marbel, granite,coal and much more. Albania is rapidly building its infrastructure.

    Albania In the near future it will be the only country in the world to produce 100% of its energy from Hydropower, Windpower and Solar Power. Billions of dollars are being invested there presently. This almost free enviermently friendly energy will create opportunities to mine and process billions of tons of minerals. Albania was one of the countries in the Europe with economic growth and real estate appreciation in 2009

    Albania: Prime Minister Sali Berisha is the most successful leader in Europe

  10. #80
    Albania noses up to 65th place in quality of life index

    Albania ranks 65th among 194 countries in a 2010 quality of life index, rising from 66th place a year earlier.

    The index compiled by the International Living magazine ( assesses cost of living, culture and leisure, the economy, the environment, freedom, safety and risk, health, infrastructure and climate.

    Albania lies below Croatia (37), Bulgaria (44), Romania (53), Moldova (55) and FYR Macedonia (59), and above Bosnia and Herzegovina (66) and Turkey (72). Business News : Albania noses up to 65th place in quality of life index

LinkBacks (?)

Ähnliche Themen

  1. Antworten: 2921
    Letzter Beitrag: Heute, 01:42
  2. Antworten: 5162
    Letzter Beitrag: 19.10.2016, 22:29
  3. Antworten: 141
    Letzter Beitrag: 30.09.2016, 11:56
  4. Antworten: 207
    Letzter Beitrag: 07.08.2016, 20:11
  5. Wirtschaft der Türkei - Türkiye Ekonomisi - Economy of Turkey
    Von Kelebek im Forum Die Wirtschaftskrise
    Antworten: 680
    Letzter Beitrag: 29.05.2011, 15:16