Austrian Airlines Group reported a €16.4 million ($20.5 million) net loss in the third quarter, reversed from a €29.2 million profit in the year-ago period, but said it is "confident" that its delayed privatization "can be finished in a positive way." CEO Alfred Oetsch confirmed that "measures which would have to be implemented in case of a [privatization] failure will not be initiated yet because the chance for a successful privatization is still there and cutbacks could have ...

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