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FNM offers two more firms

THE STATE privatisation agency, the FNM, has announced plans to sell a 30 per cent stake in clothing maker OZKN Prešov. Information is available through the agency from March 7 to 14.

According to the corporate register, the share capital of OZKN is Sk283.75 million ($5.9 million). The FNM is planning to sell a single package of 85,125 bearer shares with a par value of Sk1,000 per share.

After going through partial privatisation in 1996, OKZN has become Slovakia's second largest producer of men's clothing, and reported Sk13.5 million in profits during the first half of 2001.

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