Lufthansa may "walk away" from its acquisition of bmi unless current shareholders inject more capital, CFO Stephan Gemkow told the Financial Times. "What we want to have is the company in its contractually agreed state and that means the company has the licenses it needs to operate and the funds it needs to operate," he told the paper. "We have a situation in which, to our understanding, the conditions have not been met. . .if they are not met, one day we will walk away." LH received ...

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