Hungary apparently will not be able to sell national airline Malev because the three parties that submitted bids all offered too little for the carrier, according to Reuters, which quoted a story in business daily Napi Gazdasag. It was the government's second attempt in less than six months to sell the airline. All three bids offered between 150 million forints ($780,200) and 200 million forints and the parties also agreed to assume some of Malev's 35 billion forint debt, the report said. ...

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