VILNIUS/TALLINN - Estonian business daily, Aripaev, has reported a court in Lithuania has frozen part of the assets of Nerijus Numavicius as a temporary measure to secure a claim against the Lithuanian millionaire, who is also one of the majority owners of the Maxima supermarket chain.
As part of the litigation, other owners want Numavicius to return a 30-percent holding in the Maxima parent group, Vilniaus Prekyba, of which he is a majority shareholder.
Mindaugas Marcinkevicius, a minority shareholder of Vilniaus Prekyba, claims Numavicius acquired the sha...
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