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Three companies interested in KEK distribution network

24. August 2010. | 07:15

Source: ECIKS

Three international companies have expressed interest in the privatization of Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK) distribution network.

Three international companies have expressed interest in the privatization of Kosovo Energy Corporation (KEK) distribution network.

In competition are two Turkish companies: "Calik Holding" and "Limak" and Italian company "GCT s.r.l. "

"This was not an invitation for pre-qualification, but only an expression of interest. This is the first step in contacts with potential investors," said Burim Hashani from the Unit of KEK privatization.

After the expression of interest, a pre-qualification list with interested investors will be created.

Privatization of the energy network for the whole region is also required by the Energy Treaty of South-Eastern Europe.


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