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Serbian authority will soon define conditions for the sale of Mataruska, Bogutovacka, Bujanovac and Kursumlijska spas, which are on the list for privatization. Mataruska and Bogutovacka spas will be offered as a package while Bujanovacka and Kursumlija will be privatized by utilizing specific solutions.
Interested are both, domestic and foreign buyers. The Ministry in charge is planning to present several Serbian spas as an investment oportunity to representatives of the Qatar Investment Fund when they visit Serbia in January.
The remaining 40 spas will meet the same destiny, because it is believed by the state, that this is the only way to recover spa tourism as a whole. Economic and political changes in Serbia brought dire straits on spas. Considering that the state is not interested to invest in spas, privatization is the only option.
Serbian balneologists think that privatizing the spas is a very poor solution, because spas are a national treasures. Health of the nation is priceless, they say, adding that spas help its preservation. They cite reports from France, where government saves one billion Euros in healthcare by utilizing it’s 78 spas.
Source: Sladana Vukasinovic | Blic online