Ludwik Sobolewski, the Bucharest bourse's chief executive, walks in front of a trading display with share prices for Romania's natural gas producer Romgaz in Bucharest November 12, 2013. Shares in ... more 
Ludwik Sobolewski, the Bucharest bourse's chief executive, walks in front of a trading display with share prices for Romania's natural gas producer Romgaz in Bucharest November 12, 2013. Shares in Romanian natural gas producer Romgaz opened at 35.85 lei in their debut on the Bucharest Stock Exchange on Tuesday, almost 20 percent up from the price of an initial public offering agreed with international lenders. The sale of a 15-percent stake in Romgaz is the biggest flotation attempted by the government and part of wider privatisation plans agreed between Romania and the International Monetary Fund under a two-year aid package for the European Union's second poorest country. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY) less 
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Tue, Nov 12, 2013 6:30 AM EST