Shareholders of Slovenia-based Adria Airways (JP) approved a cash injection of €50 million ($68.4 million) and a debt-to-equity conversion of €19.7 million against the financially troubled airline’s total debt of nearly €70 million. According to a statement released by the airline, the Republic of Slovenia and JP’s largest shareholder, state-run PDP Corp., will invest the €50 million. The money was given on the condition that the creditor banks ...

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