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Cash-Strapped Greece To Sell Government Buildings


Greece’s cash-strapped government has detailed its plans to sell 28 state-owned buildings on long-term lease, including tax offices, ministry buildings, and the main police headquarters in Athens.

A government privatisation fund said it hoped to make €30m (£26m) annually from the lease agreements lasting 20-25 years.

Included on the list of buildings for sale are the main properties used by the ministries of justice, education and culture, 12 tax offices and the greater Athens police headquarters.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financialcrisis/9923908/Cash-strapped-Greece-to-sell-government-buildings.html

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