(Recasts, adding analysts' comments, share price) BUDAPEST, July 25 (Reuters) - Shares in Hungarian automotive group Raba rose 1.5 percent on Friday on news of a military order, but analysts said they had hoped for a bigger deal. Raba said it signed a 4.2 billion forint ($18.24 million) contract with the defence ministry to deliver 90 five-tonne all-terrain trucks in 2004. This is the first order from a 15-year framework agreement signed last year with the ministry under which Raba and ...
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