Government Steps In To Protect Pluna Until New Investors Are Found

Uruguay’s government has assumed control of Pluna Airlines, a financially struggling carrier in which it held a 25% stake. The government took control of the 75% of the carrier in private hands and placed the shares in an indemnified public trust on the Montevideo stock exchange until new financing...

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