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Developer urges Greece to show 'political will' on resort plan

Lambda, backed by Chinese and Gulf funds, says 10,000 jobs will be created when building for the delayed project starts

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A plan to rejuvenate 620ha of wasteland at the former Hellenikon airport into a complex of luxury residences, hotels, a yachting marina and casinos has failed to take off due to various objections and official red tape.

Athens

PROPERTY developer Lamda has appealed to the Greek government to show "political will" and remove hurdles for the construction of a luxury resort plan on the site of a disused Athens airport.

Lamda, backed by Chinese and Gulf funds, submitted an eight-billion-euro (S$12.8

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