Sudan Airways this week announced that it will be partially privatized. The government will keep 30% while Kuwait's Aref Investment Group will take 49% and Sudan's Faiha Holding will have 21%. The move is part of a privatization program launched by the government in 2004. "The three parties are expecting a successful cooperation and a historic boost for the airline in all aspects," the carrier said, adding that its "final destination. . .is the transformation of Sudan Airways into a stock ...

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