The Christian Democrats party has said it supports the sale of three energy distributors to foreign bidders in a recent tender after receiving assurances the new owners would not sell Slovak-generated electricity outside the country. The cabinet is to discuss the selection of the winning bids tomorrow; a scheduled debate a week ago was cancelled after the Christian Democrats announced misgivings.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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14. May 2002 at 9:59