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Eurostart tender win on hold for summer

Privatisation Minister Mária Machová July 18 agreed to wait until after the government's summer recess to submit the firm Eurostart-Tradehouse as the winner of a tender for blood plasma firm Imuna Šarišské Michaľany.

The announcement came only a day after a senior cabinet body returned to the Privatisation Ministry a recommendation that Eurostart-Tradehouse be declared the winner amid concerns over Eurostart's ability to meet the terms of the purchase.

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