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Three parties make bids for plasma processor Imuna

A Privatisation Ministry spokesman reported that three interested parties had submitted bids to purchase state blood plasma processor Imuna Šarišské by the June 29 deadline.

A new tender for the sale of state-owned Imuna was opened on May 25. Originally, the US-Slovak joint venture Interaqua was to buy the pharmaceuticals producer, but some ministers questioned the feasibility of the privatisation project and the tender result was cancelled.

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