Argentine court appointed an administrator to take over day-to-day oversight of Aerolineas Argentinas's operations as the Argentine government and Spain's Grupo Marsans, the airline's current owner, argue over terms of the carrier's nationalization (ATWOnline, Sept. 5). Marsans has agreed to sell its holding to the Argentine government but claims the government has violated terms of the deal by not finding a third party to perform a valuation. Marsans reportedly is threatening to take the ...

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