Portugal Wants To Sell At Least 51% Of TAP

TAP Air Portugal Airbus A321
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The government of Portugal has announced plans to sell at least 51% of TAP Air Portugal, as it launched the long-awaited privatization process Sept. 28. Finance Minister Fernando Medina told a press conference the Council of Ministers has approved a decree launching the privatization process and the...

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