MEDIA GROUP SERVICES INTERNATIONAL SRL


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Position 4 in top

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  • Advertising
    • Media representation

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GENERAL INFO


Fiscal Identification Code: 13869251

Registry of Commerce Number: J40/4497/2001

NACE: (7312) Media representation

CONTACT


  • Head Office
  • Splaiul Independentei, Nr. 202A,
  • Sector 6, Bucuresti




Latest Financial Results


2015
  • Anual Turnover: 40.988.012 LEI
  • Profit Before Tax: 3.794.333 LEI
  • Employees Number: 65
2014
  • Anual Turnover: 42.954.899 LEI
  • Profit Before Tax: 3.174.967 LEI
  • Employees Number: 65

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