Tag: privatization

Government Approves List Of Large Enterprises For Privatization In 2019

The list includes the Odesa portside plant, the United Mining and Chemical Company, the Krasnolimanska coal mine, and the Sumykhimprom company.

Ukraine Decides To Sell Black Sea Shipping Company

The initial value of the company’s fixed assets was UAH 180.4 million

Two Dutch Companies To Prepare Kherson Seaport For Concession

Two Dutch companies established consortium

Economy Ministry Estimates Ukraine’s 2016 Privatization Revenue

Our revenue from privatization this year is projected at USD 1 billion...

Ukraine Failed To Achieve Privatization Target In 2015 – SPF Head

Ukraine essentially failed to achieve its privatization target this year despite the fact that 2015 was declared the year of the large-scale privatization, the State Property Fund’s Ihor Bilous wrote in a column.

Boryspil Airport’s Future Head Favors Its Corporatization

Yurii Solonchuk, whose candidacy for the post of director of the Boryspil airport has been selected for submission to the Cabinet of Ministers for approval, favors corporatization of the airport, but he opposes its privatization.

Ukraine To Prepare State Stevedoring Companies For Privatization

Ukraine's Ministry of Infrastructure is proposing involvement of consultants in a large-scale project for technical audit of ports and port waters, market research into cargo traffic, and preparation of state stevedoring companies for privatization.

Ukravtodor To Be Privatized In 2016

Privatization of the assets of the state automobile road agency (Ukravtodor) should take place in 2016.

Groisman Not Ruling Out Concession Contracts For Ports

Privatization of ports is a more effective mechanism for developing the port industry

Coalition Agreement Proposes Privatizing Ports Instead Of Concession

The relevant proposal is contained in the draft coalition agreement prepared by the party.

Six Of Ukraine’s Largest Airports May Be Privatized

Cabinet of Ministers intends to private the six largest state-owned airports in the country - Boryspil, Lviv, Donetsk, Odesa, Kharkiv, and Simferopol

Airport Privatization: How It Works In Russia

Russia has already tried all the models for attracting private capital to the airport business, but the main mechanism was privatization through open competitions. What serves as the signal to invest in one Russian airport or another?

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