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IMD Competitiveness Ranking: Austria Edged Up to Rank 24

According to the latest issue of the competitiveness ranking established by Swiss research facility Instituts für Management-Entwicklung (IMD), Austria edged up from rank 26 to 24 y/y in 2015.

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Buy-Out-Central Europe II Investment Firm to Be Liquidated

Buy-Out-Central Europe II Beteiligungs-Invest AG, which defines itself as Austria's biggest bank-independent investment group, of investors Michael Tojner and Kurt Stiassny, will be liquidated as of September 1, shows the invitation to a GM slated for June 28.

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Erste Group Bank's Hungarian Unit Buys 2.3 Pct in Budapest Bourse

Listed bank Erste Group's Hungarian unit is buying a 2.3 percent stake in the Budapest Stock Exchange off Dutch concern ING, Erste Bank Hungary said in a statement.

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Voestalpine Steel Seen Netting EUR 581 Mln in FY 2015/16

Listed steel group Voestalpine will likely post EUR 581 million in FY 2015/16 net profit, predict analysts ahead of the publication of the annual report slated for Thursday.

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CEO Pölzl: Post AG Needs EUR 70 Mln in Extra Annual Savings

Listed postal group Post AG has to make additional savings of at least EUR 70 million (USD 77.9 million) a year in order to maintain its income, due to the hikes under the collective labour agreements as well as the shrinking letter business, CEO Georg Polzl said at a meeting at an economic media club.

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Vienna Insurance Group / Quarterly Report

Vienna Insurance Group is declaring the following financial reports below.

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EANS-Total Voting Rights: Atrium European Real Estate Limited / Releaseaccording to article 93 BörseG with the aim of a Europe-wide distribution

Atrium European Real Estate Limited AG hereby announces that at the end of the month May 2016 the number of voting rights amounts to a total of 376293832 voting rights. The stated capital is now EUR 2550040582. The change of total voting rights is effective as of 31.05.2016.

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Strabag SE reduces seasonal winter losses in first quarter of 2016(with document)

Publicly listed construction company STRABAG SE has reduced its winter losses - typical in the construction industry - in the first three months of the year. The earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) improved by 13 %, the earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) by 9 %. The net income after minorities, at EUR -116.99 million, settled at about the same level as the first quarter last year.

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STRABAG SE / Quarterly Report

STRABAG SE is declaring the following financial reports below.

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