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Állami Nyomda wins Ft 1.7 bln government contract

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Állami Nyomda Rt, a Hungarian printing house that floated its shares on the Budapest bourse last week, won a Ft 1.7 billion contract to supply the government with vehicle registration cards, the company said in a stock exchange statement. The company will supply Hungary's Interior Ministry with an annual 900,000 vehicle registration cards for five years.
Állami Nyomda was the first to list on the Budapest Stock Exchange in almost 15 months, hoping to gain from a surge in Hungary's benchmark BUX index.

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