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Greece’s last-ditch bailout requires the country to sell 50 billion euros ($55 billion) of assets, an ambition it hasn’t come close to achieving under previous restructuring plans. But what assets could be included... and is there any investor appetite? One of the country's leading privatization experts shows Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie some of the top asset disposal contenders.
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