Govt says not planning to sell MOL stake

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"We have not bought MOL shares in order to sell them," the Prime Minister's Spokesman Péter Szijjártó commented on Hungary's future plans with a recently repurchased stake in energy group MOL in an interview with business weekly HVG, reports Portfolio.hu.

The statement comes as a surprise considering the fact that State Secretary Mihály Varga claimed the exact opposite only a few weeks ago.

Szijjártó said the government is aiming to give the national economy a boost and believes it is right for the state to be a shareholder in an oil company which enjoys a strong position throughout the region.

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