A consortium led by Germany’s Fraport—which won a 40-year operating concession for 14 regional airports in Greece in 2014—may have to wait until next year to close the deal. The consortium is in partnership with Greece’s Copelouzos Group. Frankfurt-based Fraport will hold a majority share in the consortium, which won the privatization tender against stiff international competition. The purchase price of €1.23 billion ($1.53 billion) will be paid by the time of ...

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