The Slovenian government has received several offers for Adria Airways in its second attempt to privatize the state-run carrier. In a brief statement, Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) and the country’s Bad Assets Management Company (BAMC) said it had received several bids for the 91.58% shareholding in Adria Airways held by several Slovenian governmental organizations. The identities of the bidders were not revealed. SSH stated it would not provide information on the process, ...

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