BULGARIA's Euroins Insurance Group launches buyout bid for Euroins

Bulgaria's Euroins Insurance Group (EIG), part of financial and insurance group Eurohold Bulgaria, has launched a buyout bid for the remaining 9.93% of the capital of its Sofia-based subsidiary Euroins it does not already own, Euroins said on Thursday. Read the full story

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