PARIS—France’s economy ministry plans to present a draft law on June 18 that will pave the way for the state to reduce its stake in Paris airports operator Groupe ADP, part of a wider privatization drive that also includes lottery operator FDJ and energy company Engie. Groupe ADP operates Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Air France’s base hub and Europe’s second busiest airport, which handled 69.5 million passengers in 2017. It also controls the city’s ...

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