The Croatian government is planning to sell 70% of its stake in national carrier Croatia Airlines by June 2020, according to media reports. The Minister for Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, Oleg Butković recently stated that the government’s recent decision to inject €33.7 million into the airline would help it find a strategic investor which would agree to a partnership “based on 30% state ownership, and 70% private investment”. “Consultants are currently looking into potential strategic partners and will decide on the best possible recapitalisation model by year’s end,” Butković commented. “Then we will launch a public tender. Based on the
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