The Danish government has declined a mandatory tender offer for its shares in Danish airports operator Copenhagen Airports (CPH), as it wants to maintain its 39.2% stake. CPH owns and operates Copenhagen’s main airport, Kastrup, as well as Roskilde, Copenhagen’s secondary airport. Danish investor Arbejdsmarkedets Tillaegspension (ATP) and Canada’s Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan Board (OTPP), which both administer pensions, in September announced plans to buy Macquarie ...

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