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Hungarian electricity provider opens office in Bratislava

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Hungarian state-owned electricity service provider MVM yesterday (Wednesday) opened a representative office in Bratislava, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

One of the chief aims of the office will be to strengthen ties with Slovakian government institutions and energy companies, as well as to explore and develop new business opportunities, the news agency said. 

MVM considers the opening as another step in the company’s new strategy of creating a more active role for itself in the region and expanding its international operations.  

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