Port of Koper Shareholders Receive Dividends, Gov't Retains Voting Right
Koper, 19 July - The government will keep a strong foothold on the Port of Koper, the manager of Slovenia's only cargo port, as the company's management and supervisory board failed to push through with their proposal Friday that holders of preference shares - the state holds 51 percent of the Port's shares, 49 percent of which are preference shares - would lose the right to vote on the license agreement.
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