Piraeus saga: to be continued?

What next: Piraeus's concessioning process raises questions. Credit: John Cook

COMMENT: The point was made in Port Strategy last month that the price paid by COSCO for the port of Piraeus, taking into account investment commitments as well, was a rich one – one that perhaps only a sovereign state-owned company would make, writes Mike Mundy.

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