Greece’s Privatization Chief Steps Down
ATHENS – New Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ plans to accelerate the long-delayed pace of privatizing state enterprises and selling or leasing state lands and properties took a hit with the resignation of Costas Mitropoulos, chief of the agency charged with doing the job. He was the second top official in Greece’s privatization to walk away after international lenders putting up bailouts to keep Greece solvent complained that a series of governments have fallen far behind the schedule to sell off
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