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Fitch: Cabinet should slow down on SPP sale

The Fitch IBCA agency has warned the Slovak government not to rush the sale of a 49% stake in gas utility SPP, but to wait until questions over domestic gas price rises and murky past business dealings at the utility have been answered.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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