The leader of ANO, business tycoon Andrej Babiš, is set purchase the company that operates Impuls, the most popular radio station in the Czech Republic. Mr. Babiš’s Agrofert have signed a letter of intent with Londa, the owner of Impuls, with the deal yet to be considered by the country’s anti-trust agency. Earlier this year, Mr. Babiš’s firm bought the publisher of two leading Czech newspapers. An Agrofert executive has said the company is also considering the acquisition of a TV station.
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