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Dec 12, 2017 14:42 EEST
December 12 (SeeNews) - The state secretary at Serbia's economy ministry, Dragan Stevanovic, said on Tuesday the government is again analysing options to determine the most appropriate model for the privatisation of agricultural company Poljoprivredna Korporacija Beograd (PKB).
"When we talk about PKB, a new estimate is expected, and a new decision on the best privatisation model, too," Stevanovic said in a video file posted on the YouTube channel of public broadcaster RTS.
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PKB is of strategic importance for the entire Serbian economy and the government needs to make the best possible decision regarding its future, Stevanovic added.
Serbia's government called a public tender for the sale of PKB subsidiaries Poljoprivredna Avijacija, EKO-LAB, PKB Agroekonomik and Veterinarska Stanica in January 2017. However, the government has issued no public announcement on the outcome of the tender so far.
In February, Serbia's economy minister Goran Knezevic said the government aims to sell PKB by the end of 2017.
Earlier this year, local media reported that two Serbian companies, MK Group and meat processing group Industrija mesa Matijevic, were showing interest towards the privatisation of PKB.
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