“The amount of total claims against Agrokor is about 58 billion kuna ($8.97 billion) and was revealed this evening by the government liaison Ante Ramljak . The plan for Agrokor included the approved the sale of Ivica Todoric’s villa by Villa Castello for 8.1 million euros ($1.25 million). Ramljak stated that there will be no mass layoffs as he unveiled a business plan for Agrokor to take them to 2020, including the sale of 80 legal entities. It was revealed on the show RTL Direct that one of the real estate companies, Villa Castello, sold Ivica Todoric’s villa to ‘a gentleman who is the owner of Slovakia’s largest IT companies; without disclosing names.” (translated from Vecernji List)
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