Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte, the Mexican airports operator known as OMA, raised $375.8 million this week in an IPO in which Mexico's government divested its remaining 48% stake in the company, completing the privatization that began in 2000 (ATWOnline, Nov. 16). The funds raised were higher than expected as the government sold its shares for $18 each. Shares will be listed on Nasdaq under OMAB. OMA operates airports in Monterrey, Acapulco, Mazatlan and Zihuatanejo plus nine other ...

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