London Gatwick's sale by UK airports operator BAA is in doubt after the last remaining bidder reportedly refused to budge from its original £1.4 billion ($2.29 billion) offer. BAA parent Ferrovial apparently wanted £1.5 billion, but a consortium led by Manchester Airports Group and Canadian infrastructure fund Borealis declined to increase its bid, according to press reports. A second bidder, Global Infrastructure Partners, which owns about 75% of London City, reportedly dropped ...

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