Moldova's public property agency announces privatisation auctions for 36 state – owned assets
17:00 | 15.06.2019 Category: Economic
Chisinau, 15 June /MOLDPRES/ – The Public Property Agency (APP) has announced the privatisation auctions for 36 state – owned assets. The tenders will take place on 02 July 2019, and there are accepted applications for commercial competitions until 18 July.
According to APP's information and media communication service, six objectives worth over MDL 320 million/over €15 mln are exposed at the single lot contest, including the Chisinau glass factory – the initial sale price of MDL 231.6 mln, hotel Zarea – MDL 24.4 mln, sanatorium Moldova – MDL 25.5 mln. The applications to participate in tenders are accepted until 18 July.
On 02 July, it is held a "discount" auction, in which there will be sold 06 public property assets worth MDL 1.67 mln, as well as a "call" auction, at which price initially total of over MDL 5.8 mln will be exposed to 03 unique patrimonial complexes and 16 other ones of goods and real estate worth over MDL 30.9 mln.
The most expensive lots are the Moldavian tourist base, located in Ukraine, auctioned with "call" at an initial price of MDL 5.5 mln and the Ciaika rest base – MDL 2.75 mln.
Also, on 15 – 19 July, the Moldovan Stock Exchange holds a tender for the sale of state shares in 05 joint stock companies, including the Chisinau hotel, Ceramica – T (Taraclia), Rif – Acvaaparat (Balti) Acva – Prut, Falesti factory of sanitation cars. The state share in these enterprises varies from 60.1 to 94.1 per cent and initial value of shares varies from MDL 2.94 – MDL 45. This is the first privatisation round in 2019.
According to APP's info, there were organised and held three commercial competitions, two investment contests, three strikes, two rounds of auctions on the regulated market of the Stock Exchange in 2018, during which there were exposed to privatisation 70 state property assets (most of them repeatedly). As a result, there were privatised 19 ones.
In 2018, there were paid privatisation revenues to the state budget (BS) in the amount of MDL 366 million.