Večernje novosti: Rok za davanje koncesija za aerodrom posle 23. oktobra
Rok u postupku za davanje koncesija za beogradski aerodom "Nikola Tesla" produžen je za posle 23. oktobra, piši današnje Večernje novosti.
Na zahtev potencijalnih koncesionara, Vlada Srbije i Aerodrom "Nikola Tesla" produžili su rokove u postupku za davanje koncesija za aerodrom. Ko će upravljati našom najvećom vazdušnom lukom, umesto u septembru, znaće se posle 23. oktobra, navodi list.
U uži izbor je ušlo pet kompanija, koje bi sada trebalo da dostave obavezujuće ponude, a pre nego što to urade, imaće priliku da "skeniraju" jedno od naših najuspešnijih preduzeća.
U obaveštenju je navedeno, piše list, da je na zahtev kvalifikovanih ponudjača odlučeno da se rok za podnošenje obavezujućih ponuda u drugoj fazi produži, kako bi svi kvalifikovani ponudjači imali dovoljno vremena da analiziraju svu raspoloživu dokumentaciju, obezbede potrebno finansiranje i podnesu odgovarajuće prijave za obavezujuću ponudu.
Ostali elementi javnog poziva, koji je obajavljen 10. februara, ostali su nepromenjeni, navode Novosti.
Aerodrom Nikola Tesla - više od 23.000 putnika u jednom danu
Aerodrom Nikola Tesla prvi put u istoriji opslužio je više od 23.000 putnika u jednom danu.
BEOGRAD - Aerodrom Nikola Tesla prvi put u istoriji opslužio je više od 23.000 putnika u jednom danu.
Rekord je pistignut poslednjeg dana jula kada je na aerodromu usluženo 23.139 putnika, a u julu je, inače, kroz beogradski aerodrom prošao 629.941 putnik, što je istorijski rekord na mesečnom nivou i povećanje od sedam odsto u odnosu na isti mesec prošle godine.
Foreigners to be able to buy up to 2 ha of land in Serbia – State insists on strategic partnership f
Minister of Agriculture Branislav Nedimovic has stated that foreigners with residence in Serbia will be able to buy up to 2 hectares of land and that they will have to pass through the state"s rigorous control mechanisms in order to exercise this right.
Nedimovic said that the law on agricultural land needed to be adopted before September 1 as an obligation under the Stabilization and Association Agreement between Serbia and the EU.
When asked whether this meant that land would not be sold to foreigners before 2027, the minister answered affirmatively and added that "we won"t give arable land easily, due to our national interest".
He clarified that the foreigners looking to purchase agricultural land would have to have had at least ten years of residence in Serbia and to own agricultural equipment, but also to be listed in the register of active farms.
Commenting on the status of legal entities, or foreign companies, he said that it was in the Constitution that foreign companies not registered in Serbia were forbidden from purchasing land in Serbia.
Nedimovic said that "land has not been, nor will it be, leased to Serbian tycoons, as their offers are inadequate".
– They wanted land for the land itself, and we would not give arable land for inadequate purposes – Nedimovic said.
When asked if there were any famous names among them, he said that they were "all those marked as tycoons, including Miroslav Miskovic, Matijevic and some other familiar people".
Commenting on the situation in PKB and asked whether the government had defined the privatization model, Nedimovic answered that “the privatization adviser has been selected" and that “there is a working group at the Ministry of Economy".
– Livestock production needs to be maintained, as 30% of top-quality milk comes from PKB – Nedimovic said and added that the state would absolutely insist on a strategic partnership in order to maintain its influence in PKB.
Halkbank profit amounts to RSD 202 million in the first six months of 2017
Belgrade"s Halkbank published its results from the first six months of 2017, showing a growth of profit in the main business, though mostly thanks to the first quarter.
Net interest income rose by 22.8% to RSD 715.8 million in the January-June period, whereas net F&C income jumped by 6.1% to RSD 279.9 million.
Still, due to the absence of recoveries present in the first half of 2016, the net profit was down nearly 50% to RSD 202.7 million.
At the end of June, Halkbank"s assets stood at RSD 37.4 billion, a growth of 7% since the beginning of the year.
At the current price of RSD 9,000 per share, the market capitalization of Halkbank (including priority shares) amounts to RSD 3.1 billion (EUR 25.4 million), Wisebroker reports.