Pyatt speaks of US interest in local ports
US Ambassador in Athens Geoffrey Pyatt on Friday stressed American enterprises' interest in Greek privatizations, especially in ports.
Addressing a conference on mineral wealth, the US diplomat said American companies are hoping to penetrate Greece and make the most of privatization opportunities, citing port sell-offs, energy and the sectors of education and technology.
Pyatt also underscored that existing investment opportunities in Greece, mainly in the north of the country, don't just concern the domestic market but also Greece's position as an entry point to the Balkans and a junction for trade, energy and transport in Southeast Europe.
The ambassador did not pass up the opportunity to criticize the obstacles put in the path of investments by Canada's Eldorado Gold at Halkidiki, central Macedonia, noting that such projects are important as they can...