CHINA’S COSCO is expected to make an offer for Greece's rail network after earlier becoming the sole bidder for the country’s largest port, two people familiar with the matter said, as the state-owned shipping giant forges ahead with a plan to build a European transhipment hub.
The most common arrival point for refugees entering Europe is a country in dire economic straits.
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By Ya'acov Zalel, Natural Gas Europe
Israel's Leviathan Partnership announced its first sales agreement January 31 in a filing to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, although it is a very minor deal. The contract covers 6bn m³ over 18 years and is worth some $1.3bn. The buyer is Edeltech Group, an operator of power plants in Israel. However both sides have yet to take their final investment decisions: to develop the gas field in the first case and to build two plants in the second.
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