Privatisation revenues edge upward as end-of-year deadline looms

EconomyFeatures Tags: Privatisations
Photo by Giannis Papanikos/Fosphotos
Photo by Giannis Papanikos/Fosphotos

With three quarters of the year now gone, the Greek government still has much ground to cover in order to meet its privatisation target of around 2 billion euros in revenues across the full year.

According to the final budget figures up to August that were released by the Ministry of Finance (MoF), in the aggregate period, privatisation proceeds came to 229 million euros in the first eight months of the year. The government's draft budget report...

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