BUDAPEST, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Hungarian bus maker NABI has received a one month extension from its creditors to implement its restructuring programme and said that waivers from its financial agreements would expire at the end of 2005. NABI said in a statement to the Budapest Stock Exchange (www.bse.hu) that it was considering an offer from a potential lender and it is also considering offers to divest some or all of the firms assets or businesses. But NABI said an authorisation from ...
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