01 Юли 2016 10:51
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Jan. 20, 2016 1:57 p.m. ET
Chinese shipping and port giant China Cosco Holdings Co. has offered €368.5 million ($402.1 million) to buy a 67% stake in Greece’s main port of Piraeus, the Greek privatizations agency said on Wednesday.
Last week, Cosco was the only company to make an offer for the Piraeus Port Authority, but the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund, which handles state asset sales, had asked for an improved cash offer.
April 8, 2016 11:46 a.m. ET
ATHENS—Greece has formally signed an agreement to sell a 67% stake in the Port of Piraeus, the country’s biggest, to Chinese shipping company China Cosco Holding Co., sealing the second major privatization for the bailed out country since late last year.
Greece had already agreed in April to sell a 67 percent stake in Piraeus to COSCO for 368.5 million euros ($415.7 million). Now that shareholders have signed off on the deal, it heads to parliament and competition authorities for approval.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras heads off for a state visit to China Friday after his government tried frantically Thursday to put out a fire that started when Chinese shipping giant Cosco raised objections to “unilateral” changes to the agreement for the sale of a majority stake in Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) that was submitted for ratification to Parliament on Tuesday.
Fearing that the latest fiasco would cast a shadow over the Beijing visit – which Tsipras hopes will help pave the way for further deals and investments – the government backtracked Thursday on the changes it made to the agreement that had angered the Chinese company.
Cosco had accused the government and the country’s privatization agency, TAIPED, of reversing what was agreed in the deal between the two sides on April 8, warning it would not accept any changes, sending shock waves that the agreement – under which Cosco would buy a 67 percent majority stake in OLP – would unravel at the eleventh hour.