Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Montenegro will invite bids for the operator of its main Adriatic port in Bar by the end of June, Tanjug newswire reported, citing Transportation Minister Andrija Lompar.
The government wants to sell its 54 percent stake in Kontejnerski Terminal i Generalni Tereti and a group of minority owners who hold 10 percent may also offer their shares in the planned tender, the report said. There were no binding bids in the previous attempt to sell it in 2010.
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