Privatisation Minister Mária Machová has said that 49 per cent stakes in the country’s three energy distribution firms will go to different investors. With 10 interested parties now doing due diligence at the firms, Machová said bidders which are not successful in taking one distributor will be given time to prepare a bid for another.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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18. Mar 2002 at 8:45