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Meat company liquidation sale attracts no offers

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A liquidation sale of the assets of troubled meat companies Kapuvári Hús and Kapuvári Bacon, which used to operate a plant in Kapuvár, has failed to attract any offers, bailiff Pál Péter Jendrolovics told MTI. "Now we have to decide to whether to call a new round to sell the assets together or to try to sell them piece by piece," Jendrolovics said. The companies were ordered under liquidation last autumn, resulting in the layoff of more than 200 workers.

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