Economy, Competitiveness and Shipping Minister Louka Katseli announced yesterday that 22 investment projects worth €2 billion will be implemented via private-public partnerships (PPPs). According to Katseli, the PPPs mechanism will be revised thoroughly and changes will also be made to the way the projects receive financing.
Henceforward, all projects will have to obtain an initial nod from the European Investment Bank, in an effort to secure the sustainability of financing for all partners involved (private investors and commercial lenders).

Through PPPs, the Ministry of Economy and Finance aims to accelerate the completion of smaller and larger scale infrastructure projects with significant impact on Greece.
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