Paris airports operator Groupe ADP said it would make €6 billion ($6.7 billion) of regulated investments in infrastructure in 2021-25 to prepare for the expected doubling of air traffic in the next 20 years. The airport operator is poised for privatization, with an April 11 vote set to allow the government to reduce its 50.6% stake in the coming months as part of wider economic reforms.  ADP detailed airport development plans at an April 5 investor day and told airlines ...

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