March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Folli Follie SA and Setur Servis Turistik AS won a concession to operate a marina on the Greek island of Mytilini for 40 years, Kathimerini said.
The group will pay 250,000 euros ($331,100) a year and will invest about 630,000 euros in upgrading the marina, which will have restaurants, shops and offices for customs and the coast guard, the Athens-based newspaper reported, without saying where it got the information.
Setur Servis is a unit of Koc Holding AS, which is Turkey’s biggest group of companies.
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