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Dec 04, 2007 15:17 EEST
December 4 (SeeNews) - Moldovan majority state-owned wheat storage and processing company Combinatul de Produse Cerealiere din Chisinau on Tuesday said it will offer for sale for a second time its two production units leaving the starting price unchanged at a combined 35.25 million lei ($2.9 million/2.0 million euro).
The production facilties, both located in the central Moldova, will be offered for sale separately at a tender on December 18, the company said in a tender notice carried by the official gazette, Monitorul Oficial.
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Bidding for one of the units, which covers 60,900 square metres, will start at 22.5 million lei. The starting price for the other one, which covers 23,890 square metres, was set at 12.7 million lei.
It will be the company's second attempt to sell the facilities. The first tender was held on October 23, as no investors turned up.
The state owns more than 80% in Combinatul de Produse Cerealiere din Chisinau.
Moldova, one of the poorest countries in Europe, received 167.6 million lei from the sale of state-owned companies last year, up from 65 million lei it earned in 2005. The country plans to collect 155 million lei from privatisation deals this year.
(1 euro=16.5743 Moldovan lei)
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