Swedish government intends to reduce its 21.4% stake in SAS Group. Deputy Prime Minister Maud Olofsson said, "We have previously said that we should reduce ownership in companies that operate in competitive markets and where there are no special reasons for continued ownership. SAS is one such company," the Associated Press reported from Stockholm. She said a divestiture would occur "at a suitable time" and that "in the long run, we don't see any intrinsic value in owning shares in an ...

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