Pápai Hús takes loan to pay creditors

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Hungarian meat company Pápai Hús 2013 will pay its creditors by the end of June after receiving HUF 4.2 bln in loans from the state-owned Hungarian Development Bank (MFB) pursuant to a contract signed on Wednesday, Mayor Tamás Áldozó of Pápa, where the company is located, announced on Thursday evening.

Álfozó said that Pápai Hús received a HUF 3.7 bln investment loan and a HUF 500 mln working-capital loan from MFB. Pápai Hús 1913 applied for bankruptcy protection in July 2013. The company reached an agreement with its creditors in January 2014.

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