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PODGORICA (Montenegro), November 26 (SeeNews) - Montenegro has received seven bids in the pre-qualification stage of its tender for awarding a 30-year concession contract to run the country's two international airports, in Podgorica and Tivat, the transport ministry said.
Bids were placed by three consortia formed respectively by Turkey's Cengiz and Denmark's Copenhagen Airports; France's Groupe ADP and Turkey's TAV; Ireland's DAA International, France's Bouygues Batiment International and Luxembourg's Marguerite, the transport ministry said in a statement on Monday.
South Korea's Incheon International Airport Corporation, India's GMR, Luxembourg's Corporacion America Airports, and Turkey's Limak Holding have placed separate bids.
The deadline for the submission of bids in the pre-qualification stage expired on November 25, the transport ministry said.
In July, Montenegro's government approved plans to award a 30-year concession contract to run the two international airports, expecting an investment of at least 200 million euro ($220 million).
($ = 0.907619 euro)