MADRID, Feb 11 (Reuters) - Spanish construction company Sacyr has agreed to sell a 47.5% stake in Autopista del Guadalmedina, an Andalusian highway it operates, to Paris-based asset manager Mirova, Sacyr told Spain’s market regulator in a filing on Tuesday.
This is the second 47.5% stake Sacyr has sold, after selling the same portion to investment fund Aberdeen Infrastructure last October.
Together, the divestitures represent 95% of the highway. They will bring in about 455 million euros ($496.7 million), producing a capital gain of around 80 million euros, according to the filing.
Sacyr will continue to manage and operate the Autopista del Guadalmedina.
Mirova is affiliated to French bank Natixis
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