Late last year, the Serbian Parliament has passed a law, according to which the Serbian state will repay the debt of Srbijagas to oil company NIS in the amount of 188.6 million euros.
In accordance with the dynamics stipulated by the law, on 31 December last year NIS collected 20 % of the debt from state budget, while it is planned that two installations, representing 16 % of the total debt each, should be paid in 2016 (on 31 May and 31 December). However, CFO of NIS Anton Fedorov said that the company is planning to resell these receivables to banks and it has already received some good offers, but it is still not certain whether that will happen since some changes of regulations are needed in order to realize the sale.
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Tags: debt, financial, NIS, Serbia, Srbijagas