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Two German Publications Report on Greek Public Asset Sales

28/07/2015
Two German Publications Report on Greek Public Asset Sales Two German Publications Report on Greek Public Asset Sales

 

Bild and Der Spiegel, two major German publications, examined the potential sales of Greek public assets.

The Greek government agreed to establish a fund that will monetize 50 billion euros of Greek public assets through privatization and other means.

Bild, one of the most widely circulated tabloids in Germany, listed a number of Greek assets that could be sold.

Among them are Greek islands, the container ports of Thessaloniki and Piraeus, government buildings in Greece and abroad, stadiums and halls of the Olympic games, and even the former United States Air Force base in Heraklion, Crete.

 

Der Spiegel, a weekly magazine, focused specifically on the Greek islands and answered a series of questions on their sale and what the process entails.

These include how the islands can be bought, what restrictions are there and what the price ranges are. The magazine reported that even if an island is owned by a private individual, that person must notify and register with the Greek state before selling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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