BUDAPEST, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Hungarian vehicle maker Raba said on Wednesday it had won contracts from the country's army worth 4.8 billion Hungarian forints ($25.51 million) in 2005 and the same amount in 2006 to supply vehicles. "In addition to the vehicles already ordered last year and worth 1.2 billion forints, Raba will supply this year further military jeeps amounting to a 4.8 billion gross value, and a further 4.8 billion in 2006," the company said in a statement. Raba said it ...
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