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Coal Ministry decides to liquidate Burvuhillia

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Aug. 17, 2012, 5:41 p.m. | Business — by Interfax-Ukraine


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 The Energy and Coal Industry Ministry of Ukraine has decided to liquidate state enterprise Burvuhillia (Oleksandriya, Kirovohrad region), according to a report in the Uriadovy Kurier newspaper.

A corresponding decision was stipulated in cabinet resolution No. 596 of August 9.

Claims are accepted within two months from the date the announcement on liquidation is published.

As reported, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on January 11 by its order No. 5-r approved a plan of measures for the reorganization of a lignite complex in Kirovohrad region.

According to the document, the ministry, the State Tax Service and Kirovohrad Regional State Administration should determine a list of the property of Trust Oleksandriyarozrizbud to be alienated. The ministry, in turn, should develop a project for the liquidation of Burvuhillia.

In early 2011, the creditor indebtedness of Burvuhillia was UAH 4.961 million, its current liabilities amounted to UAH 6.026 million.

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