Finland's Fortum sells stake in Norway's Infratek
HELSINKI, June 26
HELSINKI, June 26 (Reuters) - Finnish utility Fortum said on Wednesday it was selling its minority stake in Norway's Infratek for 37 million euros ($48.4 million), the latest in the company's sales of non-core assets to boost its finances.
Fortum said it sold the 33 percent stake in Infratek, which specialises in building and operating infrastructure for power grids and railway systems, to a fund managed by Triton.
($1 = 0.7649 euros) (Reporting by Helsinki Newsroom; Editing by Mark Potter)
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