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Romanians in multinationals are more profitable than Western Europeans
02.02.2011, 09:17 | HR Careers Education | 802 views



Each Romanian employee in a multinational generated an annual gross profit of 5,898 euros in 2009 to foreign investors, surprisingly nearly 8% higher than that generated by a Western European employee, shows a survey conducted by audit and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Romania.

In the preceding year, the annual gross profit per employee had been 2.910 euros, but the redundancies led to a profit increase. The results are unexpected, considering that the GDP per capita in Germany, for instance, is four times as high as in Romania.

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