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Ukraine’s Privatization Plans

Ukraine’s State Property Fund plans to sell stakes of at least 25 percent in 162 enterprises this year.

The draft list of enterprises includes stakes that have been offered multiple times in the past but never sold.

In the oil sector, the SPF plans to sell 50 percent plus one share in Ukrnaftaprodukt. It will also offer 25 percent plus one share in Sumyoblenergo, 46 percent in Cherkassyoblenergo, 100 percent of Feodosia Shipyard More and 91.6 percent of photo materials producer Svema.

In addition, it will offer 94.9 percent of Ukrpapirprom paper mill, 25 percent of Chernigov Radio Instruments Plant and 100 percent of Kyiv Motorcycle Plant. 

(Interfax)

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