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Greece’s new left-wing government will halt the privatization of the country’s biggest port Piraeus which China’s COSCO group has placed a bid for, an official in charge of the process said Wednesday. “We will halt the privatization of the port of Piraeus and that of Thessaloniki too,” the new deputy minister for merchant marine, Theodoros Dritsas, told AFP.

 

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