Dec. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Hellenic Petroleum SA’s board approved the sale of its 35 percent stake in Greece’s natural gas supplier Depa, Euro2day.gr said.
The board agreed to a joint sale with the Greek state, which plans to dispose of its 65 percent holding as part of a state-asset sales program, the Athens-based news site reported, without citing anyone. Hellenic Petroleum shareholders will take final decisions on the stake in Depa at their next meeting, Euro2day said.
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