Podgorica – at the open competition for the sale of 59% of the stocks of Hotel tourist enterprise “Boka” three companies submitted the offers – Vektra from Podgorica, Hungarian Hunguest hotels, and Russian Nobel oil.
From the open competition commission it was announced that the offers will be opened in Monday.
HTE Boka in its property has three hotels on the beach – “Plaza”, “Igalo”, and “Tamaris, several restaurants, motels, cafés, and business spaces. In order for the offers to be ranked, the participants in the open competition have to be the owners of minimum 5 hotels with category of 4 or 5 stars in at least three states, or to prove that in the last three years they has a positive gross financial result and had the turnover of at least 100 millions of euros.
Vektra and the Hungarians have taken part also in the previous open competition which was nullified, because, as it was officially said then by the commission, the offers of the participants did not satisfy the criteria.
Russian Nobel oil, as it could be found on the Internet, is an oil company which is also in the businesses of “finances, agriculture, transport services, and recycling of the waste”.
On the previous open competition for Boka Vektra offered 11,1 million of euros for 59% of the stocks with the obligation of investing another 16 millions. Hunguest hotels was offering 10, 41 millions for stocks, and the investments of 30 millions of euros.
Netherlands’ Meat Invest offered 15 millions in cash and twice as much investments, but there were almost no information about that firm and that is why the open competition was nullified.
After the state, which has a bit more than 59% of the shares, major owners of “Boka” at the moment are Hungarians with about 35% of the stocks.
Z.V. – D.M.C.