By Tom Winnifrith | Friday 1 August 2014
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Yesterday Minoan (MIN) announced its results for the six months ended 30th April 2014 – significantly noting that the growth in the trading performance of its travel & leisure business continues and that with its Greek “project in Fast Track and all the necessary reaffirmations of support in place both from the Local Municipality and the Greek Government, we are progressing talks over the summer with a number of third parties who have expressed an interest in participating in the project once the Presidential Decree has been granted”. But I was a tad disappointed. Here’s why.
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