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Istanbul, as one of the most populated cities in the world with a population of almost 15 million people, uses various modes of public transportation which are metro, light rail, funicular, tram, suburban train, bus rapid transit, highway bus, sea bus, and ferryboat. Apart from these modes of public transportation, people in Istanbul often use private transportation which might be listed as private car, private highway bus, taxi, and sea taxi. 

ODI has advised Fersped, a Slovenian transport company and a subsidiary of Slovenske Zeleznice (the Slovenian national railway company), in acquiring 100% control over logistics company VV-LOG.  Debernardi & Partners advised sellers Daniel Tomljanovic and Dean Persic on the sale agreement, which was signed with several conditions precedent, including approval by the Slovenian Competition Authority. RMG advised Slovenske Zeleznice.

Erdem & Erdem has advised Akfen Holding A.S. on Turkish and English law matters related to its agreement to transfer its shares in Mersin Uluslararasi Liman Isletmeciligi A.S. — the operator and manager of a port in Mersin, Turkey — to Australian infrastructure fund IFM Investors.

Dorda has advised German industrial and logistics property developer Log4Real on its market entry into Austria. Log4Real, a majority-owned company of the German Zech Group, has acquired properties of more than 300,000 square meters in close vicinity to the Vienna Airport from an undisclosed seller.

Cobalt has advised the shareholders of UAB Sekargas Ir Kompanija — a Lithuanian provider of cargo supervision and quality inspection services — on the sale of 70 percent of the company’s shares to J.S. Hamilton Poland S.A. Tark Grunte Sutkiene advised J.S. Hamilton Poland on the transaction, which closed in February following clearance by Lithuania's Competition Council and Commission for Approval of Conformity of Potential Participants to National Security Interests. The value of the transaction was not disclosed.

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