Ryanair is willing to raise its offer for rival Aer Lingus though it warned it will not engage in a lengthy regulatory clearance process unless it receives significant support from EI shareholders, including acceptance of the offer by either the Irish government or the Employee Shareholder Ownership Trust. Those entities control about 25% and 14% of EI respectively. Ryanair extended its €1.40 per share offer to Feb. 13 after receiving next to no acceptances from other EI shareholders. ...

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