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Greece gets two binding bids for Alexandroupolis port

By Reuters

ATHENS – Greece received two binding bids for a majority stake in its northern port of Alexandroupolis, the country’s privatisations agency HRADF said on Thursday.

The bidders for a 67% stake in the port were Quintana Infrastructure and Development through Liberty Port Holdings, and International Port Investments Alexandroupolis, a joint venture of Black Summit Financial Group, Euroports, EFA Group and GEK Terna, the agency said in a statement.

The deadline for the bids expired earlier on Thursday.