Ina Suspended From Trading After Mol Bid for Outstanding Shares

Ina Industrija Nafte d.d., an oil company in Croatia, had its stock temporarily suspended from trading in Zagreb after its biggest shareholder, Hungary’s Mol Nyrt., offered to buy Ina’s outstanding shares.

The Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency, or Hanfa, ordered the Zagreb Stock Exchange to suspend trading in Ina shares, Hanfa said today on its website. Bourse spokeswoman Sanda Kuhtic confirmed by phone that Ina share trading was suspended.

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