Govt approves SSH capital increase to exercise pre-emptive right in Sava sale

Ljubljana/Lendava, 21 February - The government has decided in a correspondence meeting on Monday to increase the capital of Slovenia's custodian of state assets, the Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH), by a sum that will allow it to exercise its pre-emptive right to purchase private fund York's share in Slovenian tourism company Sava.

Grand Hotel Bernardin, owned by Sava Turizem
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