BUCHAREST, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Romanian state-owned hydro power producer Hidroelectrica is waiting for the resolution of a political crisis to be able to select a listing adviser for a planned initial public offering, its head Bogdan Badea said on Thursday.
The Social Democrat government, which must approve listing plans for state-controlled entities, is facing a potential no confidence vote in parliament after losing its junior partner and majority in the assembly.
Hidroelectrica officials have said the company could list a minority stake on the Bucharest bourse in the second half of 2020. Badea said a legal provision forcing Hidroelectrica to sell up to 65% of its output on the regulated market could hurt its listing plans. (Reporting by Luiza Ilie Editing by Radu Marinas)
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