BAA might have to sell three of its seven UK airports--two in London and either Edinburgh or Glasgow International--in order to address competition problems arising from their common ownership, the UK Competition Commission said yesterday in its provisional report into the market for the supply of airport services in the UK. The Commission also concluded that there are competition problems arising from the planning system, aspects of government policy and the system of regulation. Inquiry ...

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