Elliniko investment will totally change Attica’s outlook, M. Sallas said
Greece will need investments to move out from an economic crisis and to create wealth for workers, companies and the society, Mihalis Sallas, chairman of Piraeus Bank said on Thursday.
Commenting on the signing of an memorandum of understanding for an investment project in Hellinikon, the Greek banker said this investment, worth 8.0 billion euros, was moving exactly towards this direction. “The implementation of this investment will totally change Attica’s outlook in tourism, real estate and in attracting new investments. It puts Athens among the big capitals of the world. It is a significant step towards economic recovery. Piraeus Bank, as an adviser of Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund, sees this investment as a guide for the road we must follow as an economy,” Sallas said.
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