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28/03 Consortium of lenders provides financing to Fraport Greece for the concession of 14 Greek regional airports
EUR 968,4 million financing by Alpha Bank, Black Sea Trade and Development Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, EIB, and the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group. IFC is also is also the sole provider of Euro interest rate hedging swaps.
27/03 Stournaras issues urgent warning over delayed second review
In an interview with capital.gr Bank of Greece Governor, Yannis Stournaras, was quoted as saying that "...were not at an impasse yet, but we are very close to (with our backs to) the wall."
27/03 Three binding offers for a 67% stake of Thessaloniki Port
Interested parties include International Container Services Inc, Dubai-based P&O Steam Navigation Company (DP World) and German private equity firm Deutsche Invest Equity Partners.
27/03 Commission stresses the aim to reach staff level agreement by April 7
Schinas reiterated the statement of the European Commission president Jean Claude Juncker that "all sides need to work hard so that a staff level agreement is reached as soon as possible."
27/03 Toshiba unit to file for bankruptcy?
Shares in Japanese conglomerate Toshiba have fallen sharply on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The renewed steep drop came after a report saying the firms US nuclear unit could be placed into bankruptcy protection.
23/03 Regling says he believes IMF will be part of Greek program
expressed his belief that the IMF will participate in the Greek program.
23/03 Dijsselbloem in hot water after eurozone nations booze and women charges
Eurogroup chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem has come under increasing pressure over comments he made about debt-ridden nations on playing fast and loose with their money. Italy and Portugal have called for his resignation.J
23/03 British police investigate links to assailant day after London terror attack
British police have raided a property in Birmingham as part of an investigation into Wednesdays attack in London, UK media report. Lawmakers were preparing to return to parliament one day after the deadly assault.
21/03 Thessaloniki: A World Forum for Econometrics
During 7-8 July 2017, Thessaloniki will host the 2017 International Panel Data Conference.
21/03 Eight more suspicious parcels destined for Europe found at post office
The supposed senders in these packages are university economics professors and economists.
21/03 Tsakalotos: I believe we can make progress on all pending issues
Speaking at a press conference said he, Labour Minister will remain in the Belgian capital to discuss outstanding issues.
21/03 Dijsselbloem: Talks between Greece and its creditors to continue in Brussels
He said though that theres no promise that all work will be completed by the next Eurogroup on April 7, noting that there is a common understanding and common will to complete the review as soon as possible.
20/03 Papadimoulis congratulates Schulz for his election as SPD leader
The election of Schulz will have a positive impact on the course of Greece and the European Union, Papadimoulis said.
20/03 Katrougalos optimistic that the review will conclude next month
IMF is responsible that the labour relations issue remains open in the negotiations between the government and the institutions, said Alternate Foreign Minister in an interview.
20/03 OPAP successfully concludes bond offering raising 200m
The final yield has been set at 3.5%.
20/03 Eurogroup meeting today to discuss progress with Greece
The Eurogroup will take stock of the progress regarding the 2nd programme review; reportedly, no agreement should be expected today, at best, the Eurogroup is expected to determine the timing of the return of the mission chiefs to Athens.
20/03 World Bank in new focus on sub-Saharan Africa
The World Bank has pledged tens of billions of dollars in financing for the development of nations in sub-Saharan Africa. The money is to go toward selected investment projects to strengthen regional economies.
20/03 Opinion: The G20s dilemma
The G20 has failed to agree a joint position on free trade at the Baden-Baden summit. This is a harbinger of how difficult it may be to strike international agreements with the US going forward, says Henrik Bohme.
12/03 Piraeus Bank elected Mr Christos Megalou as the new CEO
He had previously served as CEO of Eurobank while his past experience includes senior investment banking positions in global institutions.
12/03 The Kasteli airport project proceeds to its 2nd phase
The tender proceeds to the last stage which is the review of the financial offer submitted last year.
12/03 Pillarstone to become the 3rd servicing company to get a license from BoG
The Bank of Greece has given the green light for Pillarstone to get a license as a specialized debt servicer following the JV between Aktua and Alpha Bank and FPS (a subsidiary of Eurobank).
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