The sale of natural gas firm DEPA and its possible legal complicationsLegal
On January 15, 2018 the Government Council of Economic Policy approved the national energy plan for the gas sector, for the period 2017-2022 (Decision No 78, Government Gazette B 59/18-01-2018).
Piraeus Port Authority lays out major development plans
Piraeus Port Authority (PPA) on Monday unveiled its ambitious 10-year investment plan, involving an estimated 500 million euros in investments.
HRADF outlines major privatisation plan, no timelines givenEconomyProgramme
The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) this week released an outline for the completion of several major privatisations, though no deadlines or timelines were specified.
Thessaloniki Port Authority contract signed, Hellenikon takes another stepEconomyProgramme
The contract for the sale of a 67-percent stake in the Thessaloniki Port Aurthority (OLTH) was signed on Thursday between Greece’s privatisation agency and the German-led consortium which submitted the winning tender earlier this year.
Energy at forefront as Athens prepares for creditors’ returnEconomyProgramme
Athens has reached a comprehensive agreement on energy issues, which was one of the biggest obstacles in the way of a staff-level agreement (SLA) being secured by December 4.
Investors voice concerns about delays to Hellenikon as mine talks falterEconomyFeatures
The development of the former airport at Hellenikon is once again under scrutiny as investors voiced their worries that only one of 10 actions needed to start the project have been completed.
Eurogroup marks start of countdown for prior actionsEconomyProgramme
Greece is not on the official agenda for Monday’s Eurogroup meeting, although eurozone finance ministers are expected to receive an update from the institutions’ mission chiefs on where the third review stands.
Sub-tranche, 2017 fiscal performance ticked off on first day of review talksEconomyProgramme
The first day of talks between Greek government officials and the institutions’ heads of mission in Athens on Monday appeared to settle a couple of issues but leave several others for further discussion this week.
PM hopes to avoid stumbling blocks amid numerous outstanding review actionsPoliticsGreek Politics
The institutions’ mission chiefs are due to begin talks in Athens on Monday with Greek government officials amid hopes that the third review can be concluded relatively quickly without any complications.
Review gathers pace as mission chiefs prepare for Athens returnEconomyProgramme
Technical talks between the Greek government and the institutions have resumed in Athens ahead of the return of the mission chiefs to Greece on Monday amid efforts to complete the third review as soon as possible.