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SDĽ again questions SPP sale

The socialist ruling coalition Democratic Left Party (SDĽ) under new leader Pavol Koncoš has returned to the idea of selling only 25% of state gas utility SPP rather than the 49% which is now on offer. Critics of the suggestion call it a political ploy that can only lower the price eventually bid for SPP.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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