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Sep 30, 2009 13:21 EEST
September 30 (SeeNews) - Following are some of the main stories in the online versions of Croatian media on Wednesday morning. SeeNews has not verified these reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.
- Ahead of the opening of the privatisation bids for six Croatian shipyards on Wednesday, it has emerged that local company Kermas Ulaganja and Croatian businessman Danko Koncar were not going to make a play for any of the five shipyards for which they had bought tender papers.
- Croatian hotel operator Suncani Hvar is still without a strategic partner although it was supposed to pair up by the end of the tourist season. The company’s management is having trouble with the paperwork for the disposal of the Sirena resort and for the formation of a new company which is required as part of an agreement between Deputy Prime Minister Damir Polancec and majority owner Orco Property reached earlier this year. Under the deal, the Government and the Croatian Privatisation Fund decided to compensate the city of Hvar with the Sirena resort instead of a controlling interest in Suncani Hvar.
- Since early September, the Raiffeisen OMF mandatory pension fund has stepped up the purchase of shares in telecoms company T-HT and has, over the last ten days, scooped up 25,000 T-HT shares. Its peer PBZ/CO has been among the most active investors on the domestic equity market over the last ten days. Between September 18 and 25, it bought a total of 13,644 shares of Zagrebacka Banka, increasing its shareholdings to 203,385 shares, equal to 0.32% of the bank’s core capital, data of the MojeDionice.com portal showed.
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