Kubiv: Small privatization has expanded the budget of 808 million

Кубив: Малая приватизация пополнила бюджет на 808 миллионов

Kubiv told about the state budget revenues from privatization

For the first six months of small privatisation took place 593 successful electronic auction, said the Ministry of economic development and trade of Ukraine.

Since the launch in Ukraine of small privatization revenues from the sale of small objects of state property amounted to 808 million. On Monday, February 18, the press service of the Ministry of economic development and trade of Ukraine with reference to the statement by the head of Department, first Deputy Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv.

It is noted that for the first six months of small-scale privatization took place 593 successful electronic auction, which will bring state and local budgets more than 808 million.

He reminded that according to the law On privatization of state and municipal property, the state property Fund of Ukraine (SPF), as well as local authorities put objects of small privatization in the ProZorro.Sale.

“And here is extremely interesting the current situation, where SPF is with the municipalities side by side: with 808 million UAH, which needs to organizers of the auctions of the state property Fund will receive 405 million from 280 auctions, and local governments – almost 404 million 313 of the successful auctions,” – said Kubiv.

As reported by the Ministry of economic development, as of February 18, in the register of small privatization objects included 1812. The total number of announced auctions of exposed objects – 2078 (one object can be carried out several auctions), the total declared value of the sales objects is about 2.25 billion UAH.

We will remind, earlier the Cabinet of Ministers has updated the list of privatization objects. From the list of large-scale privatization, the government expelled eight objects and added 16 new ones.

 

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