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November 15 (SeeNews) - The privatisation body of the U.N.-run Serbian province of Kosovo said on Thursday it offered for sale a printing house, 532 hectares of farmland and four commercial building plots.
The Grafikos printing works is located at the southeastern town of Gjilan, on a 3,510 square metres site, including the built- up area, the Kosovo Trust Agency (KTA) said in a statement.
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KTA added that it had also offered for sale five agricultural land plots with a total area of 532 hectares, and four commercial plots, located in different towns in Kosovo.
Investors must place their bids by January 23 next year, KTA said.
Legally still a province of Serbia, Kosovo has been under U.N. administration since 1999 following NATO bombing that expelled Serb forces to end what Western powers said was repression of civilians in fighting an ethnic Albanian rebel insurgency. Kosovo's future status is expected to be determined later this year.
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