Thessaloniki concession

ON FEBRUARY 5 the Greek Ministry for Environment, Physical Planning & Public Works signed a build-operate-transfer concession for the construction of a 9·4 km automated mini-metro in the city of Thessaloniki. The 20-year concession has been awarded to an international consortium led by French civil engineering group Bouygues SA (57·5%), ...

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