Bridge and motorway privatization auctions
After the announcement that the bridge and highway privatization tenders could be re-evaluated, the eyes were turned into the final decision of the Privatization High Council (ÖYK).
Nurol Holding, which participated in the privatization tender of bridges and highways last month, is also watching the new process carefully.
Regarding the privatizations, the Privatization High Council will make the final decision under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The committee will include Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan, Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek, Environment and Urbanization Minister Erdoğan Bayraktar and Transportation, Maritime and Communication Minister Binali Yıldırım.
Following the Prime Minister's statements, how a new tender process can be shaped is closely monitored by companies still interested in the tender process.
Nurol Holding-MV Holding-Alsim Alarko-Kalyon-Fernas Joint Venture Group (OGG), which is one of the 13 companies which is qualified to participate in the tender for the privatization of bridges and highways and offers the highest bid at the tender with 3,83 billion dollars, is watching the new process carefully.
Nurol Construction Management Representative and Business Development Specialist Emre Tokluoğlu,
Since our prices are voted, considering that the expected prices are higher, our situation is not clear at the moment. “It's pretty early to say anything about it.”
Stating that they are following the new process closely, Tokluoğlu said, “It is necessary to see the expectations, and to follow how the expectations will be shaped. In the same way, we can re-enter at a price determined under the same conditions, and how much we can get on top of it, all of them have to sit back on the table. ”
Regarding the timing of the decision of the Privatization High Council, Tokluoğlu said, “There is no legal situation regarding the process. There are decisions that have been on the board for more than a year. ”
Meanwhile, the initial price of the first round without qualifying last month was $ 3,83 billion, while the Koç-Ülker-UEM partnership, which gave US $ 5 billion 720 million in the qualifying round, won the tender. Bridges and highways privatization tender of Turk Telekom for $ 6,55 billion had been issued after the privatization of the highest priced in the history of Turkey. In the consortium that won the tender, 40 percent of Koç and Malaysian UEM Group and 20% of Ülker Gözde Girişim are.
- 12 on the road and bridges increased by 166 annually -
The Bosphorus and Fatih Sultan Mehmet bridges, which were tendered to be privatized on December 17, 2012, earned 12 times the cost of the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge in 11 years.
1.975 and 12 92 166 25 2001 203 491 549 2012 166 542 285 707 XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX XNUMX In the XNUMX, the number of XNUMX thousand XNUMX dollars was obtained in XNUMX, while XNUMX increased by XNUMX to XNUMX million XNUMX thousand XNUMX.
In the said period, the number of vehicles passing through bridges and highways rose from 187 million 412 thousand 615 to 92%, up 359 million 826 thousand 775.
- The status of shares
Traded at the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE), Koç Holding started yesterday with concerns about the cancellation of the bridge and highway tender despite the market, which was opened positively the previous day, the shares of Gözde Girişim Sermayesi and Ülker.
The shares of Gözde Girişim, which suffered the most loss, declined by approximately 10 to 3,82 in the day compared to the previous day, while 2 declined to the next month. 7,31 closed the day with the loss of 3,93 percent of the response received from the session.
Koç Holding shares also started with a sales of 9,18 liras with a seller, and with the support of the buyership that was effective in the ISE, it closed the day with a loss of only 0,21 percent from 9,44 liras. Koç Holding shares decreased by 3,59 percent compared to the previous closing, and fell to 9,12 liras.
Ülker shares, one of the dominant shareholders of Gözde Girişim Sermayesi, closed on the day of opening, with rising purchases. Ülker shares, which saw the lowest 9,90 lira after the opening, closed the day at 0,48 lira with an increase of 10,40 percent compared to the previous closing.
Source : I www.haberler.co