Sweden and Norway have each reduced their shareholding in SAS Scandinavian Airlines, after jointly selling 7% of the airline. “We can confirm that the Swedish and Norwegian governments last week announced that they completed a sell-out of 23 million common shares in SAS, which corresponds to 7% of outstanding shares,” SAS head of investor relations Björn Tibell told ATW. The sale was carried out through an accelerated auction process that began after the close of Nasdaq ...

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