MVM chairman-CEO resigns

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Chairman-CEO of state-owned Hungarian Electricity Works (MVM) Csaba Baji resigned as part of a mutual agreement with the company, MVM announced yesterday, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

The resignation will be made official on June 29 during an MVM  general meeting where a decision is likely to be made on Baji始s successor. Csaba Baji was named chairman-CEO of MVM in July 2010. The reason for his resignation was not included in the announcement.

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