By Gordana Kukic BELGRADE, July 30 (Reuters) - Serbia said on Tuesday it expected to launch a privatisation tender by the end of the year for the country's sole carmaker Zastava, which was ruined by international sanctions and NATO bombing in the 1990s. "We have chosen a consortium of four advisers whose task it is to restructure and successfully sell Zastava to a strategic partner," Privatisation Minister Aleksandar Vlahovic said. "We expect tender documentation to be ready by the end ...
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