Irish Parliament Approves Sale Of State’s Shareholding To IAG

Credit: Aer Lingus
Days after the Irish government announced its support of the sale of the state’s 25.1% stake in Aer Lingus, Ireland’s parliament voted in favor of selling off the shareholding in the flag carrier, as part of a proposed takeover bid by International Airlines Group (IAG). The majority of Ireland’s...

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