Greece on Thursday asked two bidders to raise their financial offers for a sprawling former United States military base on the island of Crete, the privatization agency Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) said.
Four investors bid last month to acquire the 85-acre plot in Gournes, outside the city of Heraklion, and turn it into a seaside tourist resort with an entertainment park.
The HRADF said that after short-listing three of them, it unsealed their financial offers.
In line with the tender's rules, which stipulate that a bidder's offer can fall short of the highest one within a certain range, the HRADF asked two bidders, Greek developers Dimand and Reds, to improve their offers separately via an e-auction due on Dec. 6, it said.
The eurozone's most indebted country has raised more than 7 billion euros ($7.85 billion) from state asset sales since the HRADF was set up in 2011.
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