Georgian "Center for Quality Control of Drugs" was sold at auction
In Georgia, a 100-percent share of "Center of Quality Control of Drugs" was sold through the electronic auction. As reported by "Georgia-News", its final cost amounted 980 000 lari (about 590 thousand dollars). Purchaser of this lot became a physical person - a citizen of Georgia Irakli Natroshvili. The seller of this business was Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.
As the Office explained to reporters, the initial price of this lot at the auction amounted 340 000 lari (about 206 thousand dollars). Now Irakli Natroshvili must pay the amount of privatization within 30 calendar days after the auction.
The criteria for determining the winner of the auction was the satisfaction of the conditions and requirements of the auction, as well as offer the maximum price, explained the Ministry of Economy.