OPAP


Should investors bite Sazka's bait?

03/10/19 -"The Sazka Group had launched an offer to buy out the remaining 67% stake in OPAP not owned by Emma Delta. Having received an approval from the Greek Capital Markets Commission, Sazka Group has now ..."

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03/10/19
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