WEEKLY FEATURE: Will Latest Snafu Undo Greek IR?
by Marjorie Preston
It’s one more delay for the €8 billion (US$8.86 billion) integrated resort project planned for the former Hellenikon International Airport in Athens, Greece. Incomplete paperwork on the part of a license bidder apparently caused another holdup in the selection of an operator. According to reports, the latest snafu could stall the project for another six months, or even derail the plan completely.
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