First signs from new Greek government point to awkward meetings with lenders

EconomyProgramme Tags: PPC, Privatisations, Reforms
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The first signs of the new Greek government intentions on the economic front were already indicated right after its formation.

The Alternate Minister for Shipping Theodore Dritsas told reporters – before he was sworn in – that the privatisation process for Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) will be halted. The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) holds a 74 percent share ...

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