BUDAPEST, March 23 (Reuters) - Hungarian bus maker NABI will ask shareholders on April 27 to approve the final dissolution of the firm, NABI said on Thursday. The move comes after the loss-making bus producer agreed in February to transfer all of its debt, assets and production facilities to investment firm Homerica Investments B.V. As part of the deal, Homerica agreed to pay $2 million for NABI's business operations, production facility in Kaposvar, in Hungary and the shares of the ...
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