• Crimean railway has proposed to privatize

  • The Ministry of economic development proposed to privatize unitary enterprise "Crimean railway". On Monday, October 31, reports "Interfax".

    The company is included in the draft forecast plan of Federal property privatization for the years 2017-19. The railway connects Sevastopol, Simferopol, Evpatoria, Saki, Feodosia, Kerch, Dzhankoy, Krasnoperekopsk and Armiansk.

    The composition of the unitary enterprises included a locomotive depot in Simferopol, Dzhankoy and Kerch train depot in Dzhankoy, two passenger depots with repair facilities and the railcar depot in Simferopol.

    1 Feb Putin demanded not to sell state blocks of shares for nothing. He also stressed that the implementation of the state property must be economically justified and feasible — be aware of market conditions and market trends. According to the President, controlling stakes in strategic state-owned companies should remain in state hands.


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