Securities Committee will probably in the next 7 days be receiving from the Central Register announcement of the activation of Registration Statements of “C Market” stocks, and will inform Slovenian ``Mercator``, London’s Investment Fund ``Ašmor`` and ``Primer C`` who offered to buy 33% of the companies stock. These 3 companies are obligated to inform the Committee if their offers are still standing, are they changing them, which means they can only offer a higher price, or if they have decided to withdraw their offer. As we know ``Mercator`` offered 18.000, ``Primer C`` 19.200 and ``Ašmor`` – 18.500 din per share. Off the record we come to know that "Mercator" has an open warranty that it has been paying for over six months now, which means that we are talking about a large sum of money, considering that only C market’s worth is between 70 and 80 million EUR, and that ``Merkator`` has given an offer of around 20 million EUR and is paying a 3% warranty on that sum.
As it seems ``Ašmor`` and ``Primer C`` are not paying that warranty so, if they stick to their offers, the Committee is obligated to give them 7 days for reopening.