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Report: Poland's largest container terminal could sell for more than €1B

Macquarie Group Ltd.'s infrastructure investment arm is selling DCT Gdansk SA to an investor group including port operator PSA International Pte Ltd., IFM Investors Pty Ltd. and the Polish Development Fund for more than €1 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing a person with knowledge of the matter.

The purported transaction would mark the second large sale of infrastructure assets in Europe by Macquarie, which recently agreed to sell its 36% stake in Brussels Airport to an investor group that includes Swiss Life Holding AG, Queensland Investment Corp. and pension fund asset manager APG, WSJ noted.

DCT Gdansk, the largest container terminal in Poland, handles imports, exports and other shipments, and services cargo vessels from China, Korea and other countries, according to the publication.

PSA International is owned by Singapore state investment firm Temasek Holdings (Pte.) Ltd.