Tbilisi Center for Medical Quality Control sold for 980,000 lari
Georgia, Tbilisi, Aug.31 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
The Georgian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development sold a 100 percent share of the "Centre for Medical Quality Control" in Tbilisi for 980,000 lari ($ 1 = 1.65 lari) to the physical entity Irakli Natroshvili on an electronic auction.
The starting auction price was 340,000 GEL.
Irakli Natroshvili must pay a privatization sum within 30 days of the auction.
The criteria for determining a winner is meeting the conditions and requirements of the auction and offering a maximum bid.