reuters.com–18 de Junio de 2015 – Hungria
Three tobacco companies have threatened legal action against Hungary's government unless it revises what they say is a "discriminatory" decision to award a 20-year retail tobacco supplier contract to two rival companies.
Earlier this month British American Tobacco and Taban Trafik were awarded a concession to supply retail tobacco shops from November for an initial annual fee of 10 million forints ($36,500) this year, rising to 600 million by 2021.
The two companies will act as intermediaries between manufacturers and retailers, supplying all tobacco shops in the central European country of 10 million people in the next years.
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