Állami Nyomda Rt, Hungary's state printing company, may sell shares on the Budapest bourse this week, business daily Napi Gazdaság reported. The company, which in October announced plans to join a 40- member group of companies planning to list on the Budapest Stock Exchange, will sell 1.396 million shares. Budapest-based Concorde Securities Rt. will manage the sale, the newspaper reported. The printing house had net income of Ft 1.34 billion ($6.2 million) on sales of Ft 11.5 billion last year, the company said October 11.
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