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State to sell 49.13% of Telekom Slovenije

13 Jul 2007

Austrian newspaper Der Standard reports that the Slovenian government has decided to tender 49.13% of shares in Telekom Slovenije instead of the previously expected 39%. Citing Andrej Vizjak – the Slovenian minister for economics – the story states that initially 35.13% of the telco will be sold, followed by a further 14% afterwards, and that the government hopes to have selected a buyer before the end of 2007. Upon successful completion of the sale, the state will be left with a 25% stake plus one share in Telekom Slovenije.

Slovenia, Telekom Slovenije

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