Slovenia-based Adria Airways is making another attempt for privatization in 2015. Slovenia’s state-owned investment firms SDH and PDP and state bank DUTB, which holds bad debt from commercial banks, signed a deal to jointly sell their 91.58% stake in national air carrier Adria Airways, several European media outlets have reported. No details have been provided as to when the process would begin. The last effort to privatize 75% of the carrier failed in 2012. The Star Alliance member ...

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