Troubled state-owned Adria Airways has received financial help from various agencies to help it pay back credits, according to Slovenia media outlets. Reports state ADR has been given €2 million ($2.8 million) from state-owned restructuring company RDP and €500,000 from tourism companies Kompas and Palma. The Slovenia government also gave an additional €2.7 million in aid to Adria Airways Technika, as well as to the Ljubljana airport, and gave €4.5 million to the ...

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