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Piraeus Port Authority SA (OLPr.AT)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Piraeus Port H1 gross profit up 5.6 pct y/y
Monday, 26 Sep 2016 

Piraeus Port Authority SA : H1 turnover 46.2 million euros ($51.96 million) versus 48.7 million euros year ago . H1 net profit 1.6 million euros, burdened by the outcome of litigation cases, which are not expected to affect results of next years . H1 gross profit up 5.6 percent at 12.7 million euros versus year ago Further company coverage: [OLPr.AT] ($1 = 0.8891 euros) (Gdynia Newsroom) ((gdynia.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +48 58 772 0920;)).  Full Article

Piraeus Port Authority names Fu Chengqiu new CEO
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016 

Piraeus Port Authority SA :Names Fu Chengqiu new CEO.  Full Article

Piraeus Port Authority names Wan Min chairman of the board
Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016 

Piraeus Port Authority SA :Names Wan Min chairman of the board.  Full Article

Piraeus Port Authority to pay dividend of EUR 0.10026 per share
Thursday, 30 Jun 2016 

Piraeus Port Authority SA : To pay FY 2015 net dividend of 0.10026 euro ($0.1113) per share . Sets as record date July 19 Further company coverage: [OLPr.AT] ($1 = 0.9008 euros) (Gdynia Newsroom) ((gdynia.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com; +48 58 772 0920;)).  Full Article

Sale of 67 pct of Piraeus Port Authority SA to Cosco -ATHMAC
Friday, 22 Jan 2016 

Piraeus Port Authority SA:Says Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund decides to accept Cosco's improved offer worth 368.5 million euros for the purchase of a 67 percent in Piraeus Port Authority SA -ATHMAC.Says the new Piraeus Port Authority SA, under its new shareholding composition, will pay 3.5 percent of its annual turnover to the Greek state.  Full Article

Greek power grid operator turns to China for fresh funding

ATHENS, Nov 3 Greece's power grid operator ADMIE has signed a non-binding agreement with China Development Bank as it looks for fresh capital to finance infrastructure projects.