Bulgaria's CBA Asset Management said it is selling its wholly-owned supermarket operator CBA Trade.
The price of the deal was determined following a capital evaluation, CBA Asset Management said in a bourse filing.
The decision for the sale was entered into the Bulgarian Trade Register on March 13, it added.
Later in the day Sofia-based business news portal investor.bg reported, quoting a request for the registration of the deal with the Trade Registry, that the buyer is local company Korekta-A and that the price has been set at 1.0 lev ($0.71/0.51 euro). CBA Trade's capital has been estimated at a negative 4.7 million levs, investor.bg.added.
CBA Bulgaria was established in 2003. According to data published on its website, it operated 27 stores at the end of 2013.