Just one year after being bailed out, Greece may get a new aid package from the European Union and IMF. But in order to do so, it may need to sell its state assets first.Those assets include baseball stadiums, casinos, aeroplanes, horse racing tracks, and even islands.
State-run industries are also likely to be sold to the private sector in this massive $71 billion fire-sale.
We’ve highlighted some of the much talked about assets, putting price tags on some once invaluable state holdings.
Set on 170 acres of prime coastal land that the Mayor of Athens had hoped to turn into a park lands, Hellenikon airport is now expected to be turned into commercial area with investment from the government of Qatar.
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