Cinema City International buys four multiplexes in Hungary.

By bne IntelliNews January 24, 2011
Cinema City International bought four multiplexes in Hungary under a EUR 28mn deal, including the acquisition of Palace Cinemas' multiplexes in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, Hungary Around the Clock reported. Cinema City already operates thirteen cinemas in the country. The newly bought multiplexes are in the shopping malls Westend, Mammut, MOM Park and Campona.

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