BRUSSELS—The Dutch government does not need to take a shareholding in Air France-KLM to secure the interests of KLM and Amsterdan Airport Schiphol, according Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem. Buying shares in Air France-KLM is only appropriate if it could contribute to solving the challenges that KLM is faced with, but these challenges are related to market conditions, such as competition with LCCs and airlines from the Middle East, Dijsselbloem noted in response to a ...


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