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Greek Regional Airport Tenders Under Preparation

A tender for the concession of 22 Greek regional airports will be launched by the end of the year, the Greek press reported recently.
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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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Halkidiki Brings Good News From Russia

Russian arrivals to Halkidiki this year are expected to exceed 120,000, according to the Halkidiki Tourism Organization. Last year, Halkidiki welcomed 100,000 Russian tourists.
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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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Rumor? Troika Wants Greece To Close 22 Airports

The Greek travel industry was stunned when rumors began to spread that Greece's lenders, the Troika, have brought to the table the demand that sees the shut down of 22 regional airports.

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.

Greek State Privatization Fund Launches Tender For Seaside Property In Argolida, Peloponnese

The Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) recently launched an international tender to select a bidder for a seaside property located in the "Sampariza" area in Thermissia, Argolida.

Privatization Fund Launches Tender For 14 Tourism Properties In Greece

TAIPED, Greece's privatization fund, has launched an open international tender for a cluster of public properties eligible to be developed into boutique hotels or luxury villas/mansions.

China Reaffirms Interest To Acquire Majority Stake In Athens Airport

The Association of Chinese Business Groups reaffirmed its interest in acquiring the majority stake in Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" in a meeting with Greek Deputy Development Minister Notis Mitarakis on 3 June in the Greek capital.

Greece Launches Tender For Peace and Friendship Stadium and Athens Marina

The Greek state privatization fund TAIPED has launched an international tender for the development and management of the Peace and Friendship Stadium (SEF) and the Faliro tourist port (Athens Marina).

TAIPED: Three Binding Offers Made For 14 Regional Airports In Greece

Three consortia have submitted binding offers to Greek state privatization fund TAIPED for the right to manage and operate 14 Greek regional airports.

Major Works in Greece Hit Roadblock

An eight-billion-euro project to develop Hellenikon, Athens’ former airport complex, into a metropolitan park seems to have hit a wall, according to Greek media reports, with the Attica Prefecture appealing the Greek state privatization fund TAIPED decision to ink a deal with...

Fraport AG-Slentel Consortium Named Preferred Bidder for Greek Regional Airports Tender

Greek state privatization fund TAIPED has selected the Fraport AG-Slentel consortium as its preferred bidder in the tender procedure for the right to manage and operate 14 Greek regional airports.

Greece Privatization Projects Move Ahead as Scheduled

The privatization of regional airports as well as of the Piraeus port will move ahead as scheduled, the Greek finance ministry said in a document it sent to the Eurogroup on Monday.

Greece’s New State Assets Body to Fund Social Security, Not Debt

Greece’s privatization fund, known as TAIPED (Hellenic Republic Asset and Development Fund), will be replaced by the Public Wealth Fund following a decision on Tuesday, by Deputy Finance Minister Nadia Valavani.

Greece Assets Agency Eyes Agios Kosmas as Waterway Hub

The country’s privatization fund, known as TAIPED (Hellenic Republic Asset and Development Fund), is examining the creation of a metropolitan waterway at Agios Kosmas, southern Attica, in efforts to boost tourism to the Greek capital, Attica’s coasts and island seaside towns.

Privatization of Greek Airports, Ports Pick Up Pace?

The privatization of Greece’s airports and docks, a subject of controversy over the past few months, is said to be proceeding full speed ahead.

German Fraport Airport Contract Still Up in the Air

The Greek government has put a 1.2 billion euro deal with Frankfurt-based transport company Fraport for the management of 14 regional airports on hold, citing the need to re-examine the terms and conditions of the agreement.

OLP Head Resigns at Odds Over Majority Stake Sale of Piraeus Port

Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) Chairman and Chief Executive Yiorgos Anomeritis resigned from his post on Wednesday, citing among other things his disagreement over the privatization of the port.

Piraeus Port Sale Set for Sept., Authorities Eye Creation of Parallel Administrator

Procedures for the sale of a 51 percent stake in the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) are set to come to a close in September, with the relevant authorities examining setting up a parallel port body which will exercise control over the new buyer, Greek media report.