Serbia's sell-off agency puts glass maker Kristal up for sale.

By bne IntelliNews August 5, 2011
Serbia's privatization agency has announced a tender to sell 21,413 shares or 67.21% of the capital of local glass producer Kristal, the agency said in a statement. The tender is scheduled for August 23. The minimum price per share has been set at RSD 1,383. Both local and foreign bidders are eligible to take part in the tender. Bidders should prove that they have enough funds to buy the offered stake at the minimum price, or at least RSD 29.6mn.

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