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Peter Vavro out as editor of the Hospodárske noviny

Hospodárske noviny Editor-in-chief Peter Vavro is leaving his post, and the incumbent Deputy Chief Editor Marcela Šimková will temporarily lead the paper, the TASR newswire quoted the Stratégie.sk website. Vavro is leaving on his own accord. CEO Vladimír Mužík of the publishing house – owned by Czech Finance Minister and business tycoon of Slovak origin Andrej Babiš - thanked Vavro for his work and for their good, although brief, collaboration.

Hospodárske noviny Editor-in-chief Peter Vavro is leaving his post, and the incumbent Deputy Chief Editor Marcela Šimková will temporarily lead the paper, the TASR newswire quoted the Stratégie.sk website.

Vavro is leaving on his own accord. CEO Vladimír Mužík of the publishing house – owned by Czech Finance Minister and business tycoon of Slovak origin Andrej Babiš - thanked Vavro for his work and for their good, although brief, collaboration.

(Source: TASR, Stratégie.sk)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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