French government increases stake in Air France-KLM

Credit: Rob Finlayson
The French government has increased its shareholding in Air France-KLM in a move that will increase its influence at the Franco-Dutch company. It will pay €33.2 million-€45.9 million ($37.4-$51.6 million) for up to 5.1 million shares. This represents 1.7% of the company’s capital and raises the...

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