The French government is reducing its stake in Aéroports de Paris (ADP), which controls Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, as it raises money to offset its financial problems. The government owns 54.5% of ADP, while state investment body FSI holds a further 5.6%. This figure will be reduced by 9.5% (3.9% from the government and all of FSI’s 5.6%), leaving the government a 50.5% stake. Potential purchasers must declare their intentions before June 25 and enter bids no ...

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