On the block

Fenyvesi, Charles
July 1993
U.S. News & World Report;7/5/93, Vol. 115 Issue 1, p16
Reports that Lufthansa, Germany's flag carrier, will be the next money-losing government-owned airline to be privatized. German government's decision to sell its controlling interest in Lufthansa; Operating losses; Possible mergers.


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