Croatia's Stake in NEK Is Worth US$ 700m, Croatian Official Says
Ljubljana, 13 August - Slovenia does need the agreement on the Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK) to be ratified to make an official offer to Croatia to buy out its share in the plant. The share cannot be worth 150 million dollars, which is the sum of annual operating costs, a Croatian official said in an interview published in the Tuesday edition of Delo. "Croatia's half is worth US$ 700 million," said Kazimir Vrankic, who heads a team in charge of the NEK in the Croatian transmission grid operator HEP.
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