MPs approve redevelopment of ex-Athens airport, which study sees having key economic impact

Economy Tags: Privatisations
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Greek Parliament approved on Wednesday night the privatisation of the former Athens airport, known as Hellenikon, a deal which is expected to bring multiple economic benefits.

The Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE) recently published a study outlining the economic impact of the development of the area. The study shows that for Greece to achieve steady growth a key prerequisite is the share of investment to...

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