OPAP’s Czech owners on Monday announced an offer for the entire outstanding share capital of Europe’s fourth largest betting and lottery group, coinciding with the first day in power for Greece’s new government.
The offer, priced at €9.12, came after OPAP's shares were temporarily suspended on the Athens stock exchange pending an "important announcement", and after Kyriakos Mitsotakis was sworn in as Prime Minister following a resounding victory for his New Democracy party in Sunday’s snap general election.
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