BUCHAREST, Aug 30 (Reuters) - Romania signed a deal on Wednesday to buy back shares in carmaker Daewoo Automobile Romania from its joint venture partner, South Korea's Daewoo Motor, opening the door for a new sale, Economy Minister Codrut Seres said. "After the transfer is finished and we obtain all the necessary approvals ... we will restart the privatisation process," Seres said during a signing ceremony. He said it was not clear yet how large a stake would be put up for sale, adding ...
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