Asesoft: Crisis has melted egos, opening the way for takeover talks 24.03.2009

24.03.2009 Asesoft: Crisis has melted egos, opening the way for takeover talks The market is very fragmented and fell by 30% in 2009, this is how Iulian Stanciu explains why he is looking at other transactions, as well, after absorbing a part of Flamingo's distribution

The market is very fragmented and fell by 30% in 2009, this is how Iulian Stanciu explains why he is looking at other transactions, as well, after absorbing a part of Flamingo's distribution division.

Asesoft: Crisis has melted egos, opening the way for takeover talks

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