The sale of the Alfa Nero, a multi-million-dollar superyacht, remains incomplete as legal battles persist.
The vessel’s fate is entangled in a complex ownership dispute, yet the government’s confidence in its eventual sale remains steadfast.
The government took possession of the yacht in April and held an auction, with former Google CEO Eric Schmidt winning the bid at $67.6 million.
However, the alleged owners have filed lawsuits challenging the government’s ownership.
Despite these delays, the potential buyer, Eric Schmidt, remains committed to the purchase.
The government anticipates a court appearance to resolve the matter and proceed with the sale.(Observer)
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