Bulgaria's Supreme Court will not allow the government to award Copenhagen Airports an airport concession deal until it rules on appeals made by competitors, Reuters reported. Earlier this week, the Bulgarian government awarded the company a 35-year, €526 million ($638 million) contract to run and modernize its two Black Sea airports in Varna and Bourgas. However, the court said the deal only could be signed a month after it rules on appeals by two other companies.

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