BorsodChem sells Austrian subsidiary to VCP unit
CETAG is 80% owned by Vienna Capital Partners (VCP), which is BorsodChem's largest shareholder with a stake of 21.52%. Other shareholders with stakes exceeding 5% in BorsodChem are Firthlion Limited, a company owned by Russian businessman Rahimkulov and his family with 10.02% of shares, HSBC Bank with 7.72%, and FTIF Templeton Eastern Europe Fund with 5.12%.
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