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Turkey’s Doğuş buys stake in Athens yacht marina

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Turkey’s Doğuş Holding, a conglomerate active in several businesses including media and banking, has moved into Greek maritime business, acquiring a 50 percent stake in Flisvos Marina, one of the largest in Athens, according to a story in the Turkish Hurriyet Daily newspaper in mid-December.
The marina, which has 303 slips for yachts up to more than 70m, is owned by Lamda Development of Greece’s Latsis Group.

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