Father and son Alberto Saba Raffoul and Moises Saba Masri made an official bid for AeroMexico yesterday after receiving permission from the country's National Banking and Securities Commission, announcing an offer valued at about $100 million. Mexico's largest airline is controlled by state holding company Consorcio Aeromexico, which has been trying to sell the carrier to private investors since 2005 but has not received what it considers a viable offer. Archrival Mexicana was sold to an ...

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