REUTERS Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Oleksandr Saenko says budget revenue from the small-scale privatization campaign via an e-procurement system has exceeded UAH 1 billion (US$37.8 million) for the nine months since its launch. Read alsoLarge-scale privatization campaign: Centrenergo to be put up for sale again In total, 808 auctions were held via ProZorro.Sale over the said period. Some 552 state-owned facilities put up for sale by the State Property Fund (SPF) of Ukraine and local authorities have been sold at the auctions, he said, as reported by the Ukrainian government portal on May 3. In particular, the sale of real estate facilities has brought to the national budget UAH 826 million (US$31.2 million), that of property complexes UAH 103 million (US$3.9 million), corporate rights UAH 101 million (US$3.8 million), transport equipment UAH 29.5 million (US$1 million), and industrial equipment UAH 10 million (US$377,644). "There are the following records of the small-scale privatization: a UAH 57 million [US$2.2 million] stake in Ternopil Radio Plant &#39;Orion&#39; was the most expensive lot successfully sold; 481-square–meter premises located on Lviv&#39;s Rynok Square became the most expensive lot offered for sale – UAH 50 million [US$1.88 million]; and the largest price hike (80000%) was for an auxiliary property whose total area is 65 square meters in Khmelnytsky region," the government portal&#39;s press service quoted Saenko as saying. As UNIAN reported earlier, on January 2, the State Property Fund (SPF) of Ukraine approved a list of facilities of the small-scale privatization that are to be sold in 2019. It includes both new facilities and those that were not sold last year. In total, the list includes 792 objects, including 48 blocks of shares, 92 single property complexes, 190 facilities under construction, 402 separate properties, and 59 social and cultural facilities. Assets of the small-scale privatization are real estate, small businesses whose nominal value does not exceed UAH 250 million (US$9 million). Revenue from the small-scale privatization campaign in January-March 2019 was estimated at UAH 184 million (US$6.9 million).