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Oct 26, 2007 16:22 EEST
LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), October 26 (SeeNews) – Slovenia has shortlisted seven candidates for the second round of the sale of 49.13% of majority state-owned Telekom Slovenije, the Economy Ministry said on Friday.
The companies which will continue in the race are: a consortium of Bain Capital & Axos Capital and Slovenian company BT Globalne Storitve, Luxembourg/U.S.-based CEP III/(Carlyle), Croatian telecom T-HT, Australia's Macquarie Bank, Hungary's Magyar Telekom, Dubai-based Oger Telecom and Iceland's Skipti, the ministry said in a statement.
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The potential buyers have to submit their binding bids by December 18.
The government owns 74% of Telekom Slovenije directly and indirectly through state-owned investment funds. Local and foreign shareholders own the remaining shares.
Shares in blue chip Telekom Slovenije fell 2.02% to an average price of 426.55 euro ($608) on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange on Friday.
($ = 0.70 euro)
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