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Šta će biti sa mostom kod Beške posle stečaja "Alpine"?

Da li posle odlaska "Alpine" u stečaj prestaje spor ove kompanije i Srbije oko toga koliko je koštala izgradnja mosta kod Beške?

Kako za B92 kažu stručnjaci odlazak bečke građevinske kompanije u stečaj neće promeniti stanje kada je u pitanju spor oko cene izgradnje mosta kod Beške.

Naime, austrijski izvođač radova je ugovorio izgradnju mosta kod Beške za 37 mil EUR. Međutim, zbog dodatnih radova tražio je čak 100 miliona. "Putevi Srbije" su kao investitor radova bile spremne da plate 62 mil EUR. "Alpine" to nije prihvatila i očekivalo se da se spor reši na arbitraži.

Kako za B92 kaže Milan Kovačević, konsultant za strana ulaganja, sva potraživanja "Alpine" će sada preuzeti "Alpine u stečaju" pa i taj vezan za most kod Beške.

- Stečajni upravnik će i dalje tražiti od nas ta potraživanja, onoliko koliko su oni procenili da su koštali ti radovi. Njima je sada bitno da naplate što više svojih potraživanja kako bi ih sve stavili u stečajnu masu odakle će namirivati svoje poverioce - kaže Kovačević.

On napominje da tu nećemo imati nikakve koristi od stečaja, ali će zato naše građevinske firme imati problem da izvuku pare.

- Podizvođači "Alpine" koje su radile na izgradnji delova Koridora 10 će imati teškoća da naplate svoje potraživanja, a ako i budu imali uspeha u tome, ko zna koliko će da čekaju na taj novac - navodi Kovačević.



"Alpine" dužna domaćim firmama više od 400 miliona dinara - Srbija sprema spisak potraživanja

Domaćim firmama, podizvođačima, austrijska kompanija "Alpine", koja je bankrotirala, ostala je dužna više od 400 miliona dinara za izvedene radove na deonici Koridora 10 kod Dimitrovgrada. Za razliku od države, koja će posle zvaničnog raskidanja ugovora s "Alpine", na ime garancija i avansa naplatiti 10 mil EUR, za domaće putare je veliko pitanje kada će i koliko uspeti da vrate.

"Koridori Srbije" su zvanično raskinuli sve ugovore s tom austrijskom kompanijom, koja je na istočnom kraku Koridora 10 dobila dobila posao u vrednosti od 60 mil EUR. Procene koliko je tačno oštećena Srbija, u poslu sa "Alpine", zasad niko ne želi da daje.

Direktor "Koridora" Dmitar Đurović za "Blic" kaže da će u narednih mesec dana biti napravljen presek stanja na terenu i proračun na osnovu kojeg će država Srbija stečajnom upravniku u Beču prijaviti svoja potraživanja.

- Kada se to završi, mi ćemo raspisati tender za izbor novog izvođača radova. Sam proces trajaće izmđu šest i devet meseci, tako da očekujemo aktiviranje gradilišta s početkom građevinske sezone sledeće godine.



Serbia to sign geological research agreement with China's Bitec Resources

Serbia will soon sign an agreement on geological researc with China's Bitec Resources, Mining Minister Mlan Bacevic announced after a meeting with the representatives of that state-owned company.

Beijing-based Bitec Resources, established by the National Institute of Geology of China, has been operating in Serbia through companies Rio Tinto and Avala Resources over the last few years.

Bacevic explained that the Institute of Geology of Serbia and the Institute of Geology of China would enter into scientific and technological cooperation that was not going to produce any obligations.



Bor - Mine engine of Serbia's economic development

Ministers Zorana Mihajlovic and Milan Bacevic said on Monday that the RTB Bor is the engine driving the development of the Serbian economy.



The Bor mine celebrated the miners' holiday, the company's 110th anniversary and 160 years since the start of mining in Serbia in Brestovacka Banja near Bor, eastern Serbia.

At the ceremony, Mihajlovic said a new copper smelting facility and a sulfuric acid plant at RTB Bor will be finished next year, adding she will oversee the construction herself. This will help reduce pollution in the area, she noted.

She said that RTB Bor has shown in the past few years that it can be a successful and efficient company.

The minister visited miners working in the "Jama" underground exploitation mine.

Bacevic wished a happy Miners' Day to all miners and stressed that Bor was the main pillar of the future development of Serbia's economy.

Bor has developed into a beautiful town, a museum of mining, he said.

UN Resident Representative in Serbia William Infante, Australia's Ambassador to Serbia Helena Studdert and officials from Canadian and Finnish embassies were at the celebration.

The transformation of RTB Bor in the past 3-4 years has been a success, Infante stated, adding that the company was doing well and brought about a mining renaissance in Serbia.

Mihajlovic and Bacevic presented the best engineers with an award bearing the name of the Bor mine's first director, Franjo Siftek.

The Chamber of Commerce awarded RTB Bor General Director Blagoje Spaskovski for his results and improvements to the economy.

RTB Bor has produced 5 million tons of copper, 160 tons of gold and around 1,000 tons of silver in the past 110 years, Spaskovski said in his acceptance speech.

RTB Bor has done a lot in the past four years to get new equipment and hire another 1,063 people, he noted, adding that the average pay in the company was RSD 71,000 (EUR 1 = RSD 113.6).

LAZAREVAC - Serbia's Minister of Natural Resources, Mining and Spatial Planning Milan Bacevic said on Tuesday a stable production of coal in the mining basin Kolubara was important for Serbia's economic development and improvement to the social status of the employees in the mining industry.

He visited the Kolubara mining basin to mark Miners' Day and met with its managers, union officials and local government officials.

Mining is one of the engines of the recovery of the Serbian economy, and Lazarevac and Kolubara are a development opportunity for Serbia, he said, according to his ministry.

Head of Kolubara Milorad Grcic said the miners cared for respect and adequate pay throughout the year more than any celebration.

The participants of the meeting discussed development projects in that mining basin, while Bacevic said the large investment potential of the Kolubara and Kostolac coal basins would be realized with significant support from the government.



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