Bulgaria - Bulgartabac Holding” will be privatized in 2010..



December 7, 2009 - Bulgaria's Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov, announced Friday that the State owned “Bulgartabac Holding” will be privatized in 2010. Back in August 2009 - we reported:Bulgaria - new government to speed-up Bulgartabac sale.. Map of Bulgaria..

Traikov further announced the conditions for the competition to select a consultant for the cigarette-maker's sale are ready and the competition itself will be announced in a matter of days.

“Bulgartabac” had a significant contribution to the country's public finance this year with the additional BGN 40 M going into the State budget,” Traikov is quoted as saying.

Reference: Bulgaria Tobacco Monopoly Bulgartabac to Be Privatized in 2010, Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency), 12/4/2009.

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