The State Property Fund announced the sale of shares in a number of enterprises on stock exchanges. The Chairman of the State Property Fund Vitaliy Trubarov announced this on his Facebook page, 112.ua reports.
Bidding is expected to start on 17 January 2018. On that day, bidding starts for 50% of PrJSC Ukrnaftoprodukt (initial price is $435,000), 6.3% of PJSC Stebnyk Mining and Chemical Enterprise “Polimineral” (initial price is $100,000), 45.8% of PrJSC Ukrhudozhprom (initial price is $107,000) and 25% of PrJSC Boryspil Enterprise “Sortnasinnieovoch” (initial price is $17,000).
Shares in other two state-owned enterprises are expected to be sold from 19 January 2018 – 89.5% of PrJSC Bila Tserkva plant of rubber technical products (initial price is $45,000) and 12.64% of PrJSC scientific and technical testing center “Spektr-T” (initial price is $856).
Also, on 23 January 2018 bidding on two other lots will become available – 6.46% of PJSC Brayilivske (initial price is $16,770) and 48.9% of PrJSC Brayiliv station for storage and sale of plant protection agents (initial price is $67,785).
As reported earlier, the State Property Fund has announced its plans to sell the Odesa port plant and around 100 other state-owned enterprises in 2018. The Fund expects to raise over $802 million through the sale of those companies in 2018.