Greece continues to implement a privatization plan for ports. There are reports of a tender for the sale of a 67% stake in the Cretan port of Heraklion. It was announced this week. Investors must submit an application of interest in the busiest port of Crete by the end of July. It is reported by the Splash247 portal.
Note that Greece is also selling controlling stakes in the ports of Alexandroupoli and Igoumenitsa in the north and west of Greece. The first to be privatized were the two largest ports in Greece – Piraeus and Thessaloniki. Now Piraeus is controlled by the Chinese Cosco, and Thessaloniki is controlled by Belterra Investments.
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