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Vienna, Austria (Ports Europe) December 31, 2022 – Below are the 10 most read articles in 2022 in Ports Europe by our global customer base.

Interest is focussed on the Eastern Mediterranean including the privatisation and ownership of Greek and Turkish ports, and the controversial Durrës Port project. The first three are “Free Reads”.

“Russian tsar of Thessaloniki” now owns 71.85% of city’s port. Russia and China via proxies now control Greece’s second largest port Free Read
HIG Capital moves towards acquisition of Noatum Free Read
Rubis Terminal Infra SAS sells Turkish asset Rubis Terminal Petrol to Transpet Free Read
Greece launches the tender process for the marina of Itea
Kherson Sea Commercial Port under concessionaire ownership
Tanger Med and Tanger Med 2 to merge into one new legal entity
Two UAE companies named as investors in controversial Durrës Port project
Qterminals to operate Antalya Port until 2047
French shipbuilder Piriou acquires Romanian shipyard
HIG Capital buys a logistics facility in the Basque country
Source: Ports Europe

In 2022, Ports Europe added over 2,300 articles and now totals over 18,000 news items.

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