The Norwegian Minister of Trade and Industry Trond Giske has asked for Parliament’s permission to sell Scandinavian airline SAS. He says the airline could benefit from a commercial owner. “SAS continues to face a number of challenges which they are likely to best meet with an industrial partner as owners,” says an ownership report. Giske says the terms of a potential transaction are to be discussed with Swedish and Danish representatives, Norway’s partners in SAS, with all three governments jointly owning 50%. Any sale would have to include long-term investment plans and commitments to maintaining services to Norway and protect
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