Serbian government said Friday that it will offer for sale a 51% stake in Jat Airways for a starting price of €150 million ($231.9 million). The tender, set to published July 15, according to press reports, will include an option to acquire up to 75% of the airline. "Anyone can bid, but bidders outside the EU will have to run in a consortium," Economy Minister Mladjan Dinkic said. "Our main request is to keep Jat as the national carrier and keep the Serbian flag on it." It reportedly ...

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