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Greece cancels privatization of Alexandroupolis port; Kavala next

The Greek government has cancelled the privatization of the port of Alexandroupolis in Northern Greece, a process that had started already in 2017. The conservative government has now announced that the port is too important to be entrusted to a private investor. On Thursday, the board of directors of the …

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Knossos, Royal Tombs of Vergina among 587 monuments Greece will privatize

The archaeological site of Knossos, the Archaeological Museum of Herakleio and the bastions of the Venetian Castle, the Castle of Chios, the Acropolis of Sparta, the Tomb of Leonidas, the island of Spinaloga, the White Tower of Thessaloniki, the Akrotiri on Santorini, the Byzantine Castle of Trikala , the Firka …

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Greece Privatization Fund to sell 30% stake in Athens International Airport

Greece’s Privatization Fund will proceed with a tender to sell a 30 percent stake in the Athens International Airport (AIA) early next year, its head said on Wednesday. The privatisation agency holds a 30 percent stake in the airport, with the government owning another 25 percent. The rest is held …

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Greece receives six expressions of interest for gas grid operator DESFA

Greece received six expressions of interest for the sale of a 66 percent stake in state natural gas grid operator DESFA, the country’s privatization agency (HRADF) said in a press release on Monday. The investor groups that responded to the tender are: -Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets Ltd -A consortium …

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Gov’t ministers: Utility companies in Privatization Superfund doesn’t mean that they will be sold

The Greek government tries to persuade opposition parties and society that the transfer of utility companies in the Privatization Fund does not automatically mean that they will be sold. Three government ministers – Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, Transportation Minister Christos Spirtzis and Energy Minister Panos Skouletis -, insisted in claiming …

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