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Oct 03, 2007 15:31 EEST
October 3 (SeeNews) - Majority-state owned Telekom Slovenije has rejected a 21.467 million euro ($30.4 million) claim by local Tus Telekom for damages caused by the alleged abuse of dominant position and violation of sector legislation, Telekom Slovenije said on Wednesday.
”The claim is entirely unjustified and Telekom Slovenije has rejected it with regard to both its grounds and its amount,” Telekom Slovenije said in a statement.
Slovenia's Economy Ministery said on Monday that 15 companies have expressed interest in buying 49.13% of majority state-owned Telekom Slovenije. The prospective buyers will be able to submit their non-binding bids by October 15. The government owns 74% of Telekom Slovenije directly and indirectly through state-owned investment funds. Local and foreign shareholders own the remaining shares.
Shares in blue chip Telekom Slovenije lost 0.4% to an average price of 470.15 euro on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
($ = 0.71 euro)
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