French infrastructure group Vinci Airports has finalized its acquisition of Portuguese airports operator ANA. The deal—worth $4.17 billion—marks the final step in the Portuguese government’s privatization of ANA, which was approved by the European Commission earlier this year. ANA holds a 50-year concession for 10 airports in Portugal, the Azores and Madeira, which collectively handled over 30 million passengers in 2012. Lisbon Airport handles 15 million passengers a ...

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