The Croatian government has embarked on another attempt to find an investor in state-owned carrier Croatia Airlines. The government of the small southeastern European state has made two attempts over the past few years to either privatize the national airline, or find a suitable private sector partner. There have been no takers, even though the company has been consistently, if modestly, profitable for several years. The government began the process again in February. The emphasis is on ...

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