The UK government is abandoning plans to sell off its 49% shareholding the UK’s part-privatized air navigation services provider NATS.
The UK government is abandoning plans to sell off its 49% shareholding the UK’s part-privatized air navigation services provider NATS. Secretary of State for Transport Justine Greening said in a written statement that the responses to a call for evidence run last year “highlighted the strategic importance of NATS to the UK and the far reaching implications of a sale at this time. These include the continued development of the Single European Sky agenda and the ongoing work on ...
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