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The Colombian government has decided to modify the Eje Cafetero airport concession package to focus on Armenia’s El Edén International Airport and the new gateway being built in Palestina.
Fraport has refused to rule out the possibility that it will bid for a stake in AENA after Spain's prime minister stated he was seeking to sell a 49% stake in the airport operator to steady national finances, writes Oliver Clark.
Private investors interested in building and operating Cuzco’s planned new airport will be expected to invest at least $380 million on the new gateway....
Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport is set to get a new 36-kilometre toll road to capital Kampala, courtesy of Chinese investors.
Frankfurt Airport’s Mönchhof real estate development has attracted another new investor, AXA Investment Managers Deutschland GmbH (AXA IM).
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