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Bank of Cyprus said Monday that it was looking "positively" at a revised offer to sell its loss-making PJSC Ukrainian unit to Russia's Alfa Group as part of a restructuring drive.In January, BoC, the island's largest lender, said it had agreed to sell its 99.77 percent stake in the subsidiary to ABH Ukraine, which is part of Alfa Group, for 225 million euros ($308 million).The Cypriot bank acquired PJSC Bank of Cyprus in 2008 .As of Sept. 30, 2013, the bank had total assets of about 245 million euros and equity of 70 million euros.
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