Raba CEO Steiner leaves after criticism


BUDAPEST, March 20 (Reuters) - Laszlo Steiner, chief executive officer of Hungarian automotive group Raba , will not seek the renewal of his tenure at next month's annual general meeting, the company said on Thursday. Steiner was criticized earlier this week by the municipality of Gyor, the biggest single shareholder in the company, and was asked to leave the firm. Leaders of the northwest Hungarian town of Gyor, home to Raba, while acknowledging the difficult international environment ...

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