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majority

The greater number of a grouping of individual units or persons.
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Bank of Portugal has said that it has sold off a majority stake in Novo Banco, the 'good bank' that was carved out of a commercial bank that failed.
Atlantic Street Capital acquired its majority stake in GAT from the founding family.
Acquiring a majority stake in Gianetti Ruote establishes Accuride as a tier-one wheel supplier to Europe's leading commercial vehicle OEMs," Accuride President and CEO Rick Dauch said.
Mahesh, Wayne Burt Group Chairman stated that, group would be expanding the production capacity of Cetex Petrochemicals Ltd, where it owns majority stake and may look at exiting the company in couple of years time.
M and C Saatchi will retain a significant stake in Walker Media, alongside Publicis Groupe's majority stake.
The change in the shareholders structure where Gimv andA Luciad's management hold a majority stake will help the latter achieve its goals in the aviation sector but also in sectors such as natural gas, petroleum, mining and telecoms.
We are looking at a majority stake in a top ten Turkish bank as a means to add value," Mari said.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Qatar National Bank, which is buying Societe Generale's Egypt arm for $2 billion, is looking at taking a majority stake in one of Turkey's top ten lenders, Denizbank, its chief financial officer said on Thursday.
Morgan Stanley has been in discussions with Qatar for more than a year over the sale of at least a majority stake in its energy-focused trading business, according to bankers cited by Reuters.
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Building giant Arabtec, the largest construction company in the UAE by market value, has refuted reports that shareholder Aabar Investments had taken a majority stake in the company.
New Delhi, March 14 -- The Franco-Japanese alliance of Renault-Nissan will reportedly take a majority stake in Russian automaker AvtoVAZ in the coming weeks, according to reports.