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Privatization of Croatia fertilizer firm fails to attract binding offers

8:14 AM MDT | March 21, 2014 | Ian Young

The Croatian government did not receive any binding offers for a stake of up to 75% in state-owned nitrogen fertilizer producer Petrokemija (Kutina, Croatia) by a deadline of 12 March, Petrokemija says. The government received four nonbinding offers in January to acquire the stake, and a government commission created specially for the privatization selected three of the four bidders to submit binding offers. The three companies were originally due to submit binding bids by the end of February but the government extended the deadline to 12 March when no bids were...

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