Schaeuble: Improved Climate in Greek Talks Not Matched by Substance
In statements to German reporters on Tuesday, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said that the Eurogroup statement on Greece did not hail the progress made in the substance of the negotiations between Athens and the institutions as much as...
Samaras: The Greek Govt Signed the Continuation of the Bailout Program on February 20
Greek main opposition leader Antonis Samaras said on Monday that his party will support the government but will not adopt any measures presented. Speaking in parliament, the New Democracy leader criticised Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras for not properly briefing...
Greece to Review Airport Privatization Deal
Greece plans to review a 1.2 billion euro deal for German airport operator Fraport to run 14 regional airports, State Minister Alekos Flabouraris said. The deal was part of the previous government's privatization program. Fraport along with the Copelouzos Greek...
Greek Parliament Approves Splitting, Selling of PPC
The Greek Parliament has approved a bill splitting state utility Public Power Corporation (PPC) by carving away a subsidiary and selling it to private investors. The Parliament's first summer session, consisting of one-third of the total of 300 MPs, approved the...
Council of State Blocks Athens Water Privatization
Greece’s Supreme Administrative Court has blocked the planned privatization of the country's biggest state-owned water utility, Athens Water Supply and Sewage Company (EYDAP), on the grounds that such a decision could endanger public health. The government had decided earlier in the...
Greece Sells State Properties for 145.8 mln
Greece's privatization fund announced on Monday that it had sold 14 state buildings to Eurobank Properties for 145.8 million euros under the sale and lease back scheme. The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund's said that the total surface area of...
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