Man­age­ment cri­sis height­ens within pri­va­ti­za­tion fund TAIPED

Kathimerini English - - Focus -

fund TAIPED saw its man­age­ment cri­sis es­ca­late last night after one of the three re­main­ing gov­ern­ing board mem­bers dis­agreed with de­ci­sions pro­moted by the other two. The coun­try’s cred­i­tors have al­ready been made aware of the prob­lem, which be­gan when TAIPED head Ster­gios Pit­sior­las’s was made deputy econ­omy min­is­ter. The is­sue is con­sid­ered se­ri­ous as key board de­ci­sions are re­quired on sub­jects such as clos­ing the trans­ac­tion for Train­ose, the ex­ten­sion of the Athens Air­port con­ces­sion con­tract, and the ten­ders for Eg­na­tia Odos, Rosco and Thessaloniki Port Au­thor­ity, among oth­ers.

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