Just two months after Portugal agreed to a private consortium taking a majority stake in national carrier TAP, the country’s government has scaled back the acquiring consortium’s share to 45%. Since the agreement was confirmed in November, an election has brought a socialist administration to power in Lisbon. One of the planks of its campaign was to roll back privatizations agreed by the previous government. Under last year’s agreement, the Atlantic Gateway ...

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