Hungary

  • 31 May 2002
Banks bidding for the mandate to arrange the Eu300m five year facility for the Hungarian Development Bank (MFB) will find out which consortium has won today (Friday).

Out of the original five bidding groups, four are understood to be in the running.

The four groups are: RZB, ...

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