In the end of June 2007, information on the Austrian concern OMV planning to take over the Hungarian oil company MOL appeared. Since a part of MOL’s shares is listed on the stock exchange, by means of capital market the Austrian company increased its stake in the Hungarian rival company by 8 per cent, namely from 10 to more than 18 per cent. This undertaking stirred up defiant reactions among the representatives…
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