Showing posts with label privatizations. Show all posts
Showing posts with label privatizations. Show all posts

Monday, December 14, 2015

Greece finalizes privatization of 14 regional airports

Greece finalized on Monday the transfer of 14 regional airports' operation rights to a German consortium, in the first privatization concluded under the new Leftist government.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Greece will sell Piraeus Port stake in weeks (Xinhua news agency)

The Greek government will sell its majority stake in the port of Piraeus within weeks, the country's deputy prime minister told China's official Xinhua news agency, a flip-flop from the leftist government as it seeks funds from its creditors.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

China Focuses on Greece Policy After Port Sale Halted

China is closely monitoring the policies of the new Greek government after Athens said this week it will stop the sale of a majority stake in Greece's biggest port, China's trade ministry said on Thursday...

Greek port sale halt may ‘deter investors’ (Hasty move could mar economic ties)

[By Bai Tiantian Source:Global Times Published: 2015-1-29 0:33:01]
A halt to the privatization of the biggest port in Greece may further hit investor confidence in the country in the wake of the election of a leftist-led anti-austerity government, analysts said Wednesday.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Grèce: l'Acropole d'Athènes bientôt privatisée?

La Grèce, toujours sous la pression de grandes difficultés financières procèdent à la privatisation de nombreuses propriétés de l'Etat. Après ses ports, ce sont maintenant les bâtiments historiques qui sont mis en vente.

La Grèce a décidé d’accélérer la vente de ses actifs publics pour tenter de rembourser les dettes qui la frappent. Cette décision tombe sous le coup de la pression de la troïka européenne. Parmi les biens mis en ventes se trouvent les bâtiments de Plaka. Il s’agit de constructions situées dans le centre historique d’Athènes qui entourent l’Acropole. Selon l’Unesco, ces édifices constituent une zone tampon, censée protéger un trésor du patrimoine mondiale. En tout, il s’agit de 19 biens qui avaient été acquis par l’Etat grec à cette intention.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Macedonia News el: The challenges of privatizing the Greek "Public Power Corporation"

Macedonia News el
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(News from real/true Macedonia, Greece [1] , [2])
 
By Jonathan Stearns & Natalie Weeks
In the mountains of northern Greece (MACEDONIA) lies an $800 million power plant whose future may help determine whether the country can salvage its euro status.
The facility near Florina (MACEDONIA), a town known as “Where Greece Begins,” is the most modern of four production units that state-controlled Public Power Corp. (PPC) is scheduled to sell to competitors to meet four-year-old European Union demands that the country deregulate its energy market.

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