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SAD sales march on

The cabinet’s Economic Ministers Council has advised the government to approve the sale of 49 per cent stakes in four regional bus transport hubs to two domestic bidders, one Czech and one Hungarian firm. The BK firm of Prešov should take the Prešov local SAD firm, Bustrans of Košice the Košice SAD, ČSAD of Ostrava the Banská Bystrica SAD and Eurobus from Hungary the SAD in Nové Zámky.

Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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