Photo from UNIAN Ukraine&#39;s Cabinet of Ministers says the state will get UAH 108.5 million (US$4.53 million) from the successful sale of three state-owned facilities amid a privatization campaign launched by the country&#39;s State Property Fund (SPF). Read alsoUkraine&#39;s government hopes for over US$480 mln in privatization receipts in 2020 "Privatization is one of the government&#39;s key priorities and one of the effective ways of leveraging investment and combating inefficient property management," the Cabinet&#39;s press service quoted Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk as saying on November 29. According to the SPF, among the said facilities is a Brovary-based wholesale market sold for UAH 44.5 million (US$1.9 million), which is 10 times up from the starting price of UAH 4 million (US$166,875). In addition, the Center for Certification of Construction Materials, Products and Structures was sold for UAH 3.5 million (US$146,016). The sale price soared by 13 times from the starting one set at UAH 270,000 (US$11,264). A total of 10 bidders competed for the facility. The SPF also sold a 100% state-owned stake in JSC Ukraina Turystychna, a tour operator, at a price exceeding the starting one by 35%. The State Property Fund plans to continue the campaign to sell 415 out of the 500 facilities the government has recently transferred to the SPF.