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Four Bidders Short-Listed For Astir Palace

TAIPED announced on 26 November that four consortiums were short-listed in the tender for the majority stake in the Astir Palace luxury resort at Vouliagmeni, southern Athens.

Major Tourism Investments Underway In Greece

Three major tourism investments have joined Greece's fast-track scheme for strategic investments and are underway at Halkidiki, Sitia and Argolida.

SETE Conference To Focus On Necessary Investments For Greek Tourism

The results of the latest study on Greek tourism, prepared by McKinsey & Company, will be presented at the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises’ (SETE) 12th Tourism & Development Conference that will take place 21-22 October 2013 at the Athenaeum Intercontinental Hotel in Athens.
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Regional Airports Tender Continues With Seven Bidders

Seven companies and consortiums have been shortlisted for the second stage of the tender for the operation, management, development, and maintenance of the country’s regional airports.
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Russian, UAE Investors Seek To Invest In Greek Tourism Sector

Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev recently expressed his interest to launch investment projects in the Greek tourism sector, during a meeting he had with Deputy Development Minister Notis Mitarakis in Athens.
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Astir Palace Tender Continues With 13 Bidders

Thirteen Greek and foreign companies and consortiums have been shortlisted for the second stage of the tender for the acquisition of a majority participation in the share capital of Astir Vouliagmenis S.A.
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TAIPED Announces Tender For Greek Thermal Springs

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) has launched a public tender for investors to submit an expression of interest for four thermal springs in the regional unit of Fthiotida.
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Greek Ports Need Better Infrastructure To Boost Cruise Tourism

“Of the 36 billion euros plus revenue spread across European cruising destinations, Greece is the recipient of just 600 million euros due to its lagging home porting capabilities and infrastructure challenges,” international cruise experts said on the first day of the 2nd...
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Greek PM Concludes Visit To China, Cooperation Agreements Signed

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras concluded his five-day official visit to China on Sunday, 19 May, during which the Chinese side expressed a strong interest for projects that involve infrastructure, privatization and real estate in Greece.
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Greek PM Invites Chinese To Become Part Of “Greek Success Story”

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras today, 16 May, invited Chinese entrepreneurs to invest in Greece and become part of the "Greek success story."
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PM Samaras On Official Visit To China To Boost Greek Economy

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras departed to China yesterday, 15 May, accompanied by some 50 Greek entrepreneurs in an effort to lay the groundwork to draw future investments and seal deals in the tourism and agricultural sectors.
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Greek PM To Visit China, Tourism Included On Agenda

Some 50 businessmen and representatives of Greece’s privatization agency (TAIPED) will accompany Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on an official visit to China next week. There, the Greek government hopes to lay the groundwork for future investments and seal deals in the...
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Greece To Launch Tenders For Marinas To Boost Yacht/Sea Tourism

Greece’s privatization agency TAIPED will launch six international tenders for Greek marinas by June to boost yacht tourism, it was announced today, 28 March, at a joint press conference of the agency and the Greek Tourism Ministry.
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Hewlett-Packard Launches Transit Center In Piraeus

Piraeus is now an international transit hub following the signing of an agreement on Friday, 1 March, between American IT firm Hewlett-Packard (HP), Chinese shipping giant Cosco and Greek state railway Trainose for the use of Dock II in Piraeus Port.
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“Re-think Athens” Winner Announced

Okra, a Dutch architectural firm, has won the “Re-think Athens” European architectural competition with a plan to radically transform the Greek capital by pedestrianising Panepistimiou Street in central Athens.
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Greek Enterprises To Get Financial Support For Alternative Tourism Investments

Over four hundred Greek enterprises that include hotels, travel agencies and catering companies will receive financial backing to invest in alternative forms of tourism, the Greek Tourism Ministry said yesterday, 20 February.
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Greece Closes Privatization Deal On Kassiopi, Corfu

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) announced yesterday, Thursday, 31 January, that it accepted a 23 million euro bid from US-based NCH Capital* for the development of a property in the Kassiopi area on Corfu.
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Major Tourism Investment On Kea Gets Go-Ahead

The first tourist accommodation complex in Greece will be built on Kea after a major investment proposal was recently given the green light by the special tourism investment service* of the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO).
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Santorini Inspires Overseas Investments

Santorini is one of Greece's most popular islands worldwide, known for its geological uniqueness, local cuisine, traditional Cycladic architecture and of course most spectacular sunset view.
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Tender Launched For Astir Palace Complex

The National Bank of Greece has launched a public tender for investors to submit an expression of interest for the acquisition of a majority participation in the share capital of Astir Vouliagmenis S.A.