ATHENS, April 3 The executive head of Greece's
privatisation agency HRADF confirmed on Thursday that the
country's international lenders have agreed to lower its asset
The receipts target was lowered to about 1.5 billion euros
($2.07 billion) this year and to 2.3 bln euros in 2015, HRADF's
Chief Executive Officer Ioannis Emiris told reporters. The
previous targets had been 3.56 billion euros for 2014 and 2.0
billion euros for 2015.
HRADF officials speaking on condition of anonymity had told
Reuters last month that the target would be lowered. Last week,
HRADF announced a buyer for its biggest privatisation project so
far, the development of a prime seaside property at the former
Athens airport of Hellenikon, valued at 915 million euros.
($1 = 0.7263 Euros)
(Reporting by Angeliki Koutantou, writing by Harry