“These are a French company, a company from Qatar and a company from the Middle East,” he said in the Persha Shpalta program on First National Channel.
Parfenenko noted that the SPF plans to obtain at least $600 million for the state-owned stake in the plant.
“The assessment of this property has not been made. A decision will be made jointly. It is possible we will up the ante. How they act on the market: if the number of participants is limited enough, i.e. not more than two or three, we are absolutely entitled to raise the starting price to avoid any situation with a possible collusion or dumping,” he said.