New details reveal what may have led to discrepancy in Athens Airport concession price

EconomyFeatures Tags: EC, Privatisations
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Sources at the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) admitted to the local media this week that the initial price of the Athens International Airport (AIA) contract had been too low because it was based on outdated parameters.

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