E-Star CEO gives notice
Troubled energy services company E-Star, which is under bankruptcy protection, initiated the termination of his contract, the company's CEO, Csaba Soós said on Monday. E-Star reached an agreement with its creditors at the end of April. The company said it had secured undisputed creditors' claims of almost HUF 492 million, and unsecured undisputed creditors' claims of HUF 17.9 billion.
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