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Vinci preferred bidder in largest ever Greek motorway concession

A consortium led by French infrastructure concessions and contracting giant Vinci has been named preferred bidder for Greece's largest ever motorway concession.
The 365km long toll motorway connecting Athens with Tsakona, via Corinth and Patras will take six years to build and cost £1.44bn. The operation and maintenance concession will run until 2037.Vinci announced its pole position on the project as it revealed first quarter revenue up 16.7% on last year, at £4.2bn.Subsidiary Vinci Construction reported revenue of £1.9bn, up 19% on the same period last year, while revenues outside France soared by 25%.

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