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Pannon GSM Has Acquired a 3G License in Hungary

Telenor's mobile arm in Hungary, Pannon GSM (Pannon), has acquired one of the UMTS licences in Hungary, a "C" licence, for HUF 19 billion, equivalent to NOK 630 mill. The licence fee is payable with 5.5 billion HUF in 2004, and the
remaining in three yearly installments.

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OTP buys Croatian bank for 236 mln euros

Hungary's OTP Bank won the bidding for Croatia's Nova Banka on Wednesday but analysts said the 236 million euro price tag for Croatia's seventh largest bank was anything but cheap.

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More hurdles for Heineken acquisition

Heineken’s ongoing attempt to buy the remaining shares of Brau Union Hungaria is under threat. Hungarian financial watchdog PSZAF has called on the Dutch company to provide more information related to the public offer it made for the outstanding shares of the Hungarian brewery.
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High price for high-speed mobile licenses in Hungary

The T-Mobile unit of Deutsche Telekom and the Pannon GSM unit of Telenor said Wednesday that they had won licenses to provide high-speed mobile phone service in Hungary, but analysts said they might have paid too much in their effort to stay ahead in the competition for customers in the new European Union member nation
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Hungary issues USD 100 million two-year bonds

The Government Debt Management Agency (AKK) launched a USD 100 million bond issue on Wednesday, managed by Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley. The two-year bonds will have variable interest rates, and mature on 15 December 2006.

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New pipe works to be built at South Budapest site

In Hungary, SW Umwelttechnik will be extending its market shares by building an automated pipe works at its South Budapest site. This investment, scheduled for 2005, will double Hungarian capacity, enabling the company to take opportunities to export to neighbouring CEE countries as well as serving the local market. The new factory will also add to SW Umwelttechnik?s competitive edge by enhancing quality standards.

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Audi to invest Euro 1 bln over 5 yrs

Audi Motor Hungaria Kft intends to invest Euro 1 billion in Hungary in the next 5 years, the company’s PR manager Péter Lore announced. In scope of the developments new motor producing equipments will be set up in Gyor and technological modernization will also take place besides investments related to Audi TT’s successor make’s introduction in 2006. The company also wants to increase its workforce with engineers and skilled labor. (Vg 15) R.G.

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Rahimkulov focuses Antenna holdings to avoid squeeze-out

Firthlion Limited, a company that boosted its stake by its 5.01% to 10.17% in Antenna Hungária on Wednesday, is one of the interests of Megdet Rahimkulov, the majority owner of Kafijat, the very company that sold the package to Firthlion, business daily Napi Gazdaság said on Thursday.

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Hungary announces winners of UMTS tender

Hungary's National Communications Authority (NCA) announced on Wednesday that local mobile carriers T-Mobile and Pannon GSM would be UMTS owners, adding that talks were still underway with the country's third mobile phone company Vodafone.

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Budget airline Wizz says suing easyJet over ad

Central European budget airline Wizz air has filed a lawsuit in a Hungarian court against bigger European rival easyJet alleging that it damaged the firm's reputation, Wizz said in a statement on Tuesday.

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EU lauds newcomers on euro zone entry efforts

The European Union on Tuesday praised efforts of new members states to meet economic criteria that would allow them to adopt the euro between 2007 and 2010.

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Hungary OTP wins Croatia's Nova Banka-paper

Hungarian retail bank OTP has won a contest to purchase a 95.6 percent stake in Croatian seventh largest retail bank, Nova Banka, newspaper Nepszabadsag reported.

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Scriptwriter, producer collaborating on Cold War-era water polo game film

Hollywood scriptwriter Joe Eszterhas and producer Andrew Vajna, both Hungarian-born, are collaborating on a film about a Cold War-era water polo game known as "blood in the water," a film company said.

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Hungary Graphisoft buys 33,000 own shares, corrects price

Hungarian architectural software firm Graphisoft announced on Wednesday that on 7 December it purchased 33,000 treasury shares on the Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE).

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Hungary Denies Finance Minister Report

The government on Tuesday denied a newspaper report claiming that Finance Minister Tibor Draskovics soon would leave his post due to Hungary's rising budget deficit.

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