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According to Croatian news sources (Energetika-net.com), Croatia is working to change the INA privatization law as the country prepares to join the EU. Croatia's veto right in strategic decisions of INA will be cancelled and the state could lower its stake in the company to 25% (from the current 44.9%). Based on the current shareholders' agreement with MOL, Croatia has a pre-emptive right to MOL's INA shares in the case that MOL decides to divest them and Croatia could have a veto right in strategic issues as long as MOL has a 25% stake in INA.
It seems that the Croatian government would like to raise revenues by selling its INA shares to MOL, while it wants to obey EU regulations, which do not allow it to retain veto rights in strategic issues after the state sells off strategic stakes. As Croatia is getting into a more difficult financial situation, we would not rule out their deciding to sell some INA shares during 2H12.
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