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The sale has attracted the ire of some public officials as the government gears up for the privatisation of Aéroports de Paris.
Monopoly ownership came under fire for perceived abuses of power, especially in Australia and the UK.
The federal government broadly supported recommendations put forward by the Productivity Commission in October including amendments to increase airport owners' reporting requirements.
Athens International Airport
Greece’s privatisation agency agreed an extension to the existing concession agreement through November 2046 in order to make the 30% stake on offer ‘sexier and more attractive’.
The three firms have each acquired a 26.3% stake in the airport’s holding company for a total of $1bn.
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The country's competition watchdog has come out strongly against a decision to remove it as the Port of Newcastle’s regulator, sounding caution about monopoly assets having ‘unfettered market power’.
The future of airports looks bright, automated and efficient. 
Summer blue sky and airfield in Asahikawa Hokkaido Japan
Airport PPPs may have been a success but local authorities are still reluctant to transfer other types of assets to the private sector.
The country’s companies ‘are in reasonably good financial shape’, despite slowing economic conditions across the Asia-Pacific region, according to S&P Global Ratings’ Parvathy Iyer.
airplane taking off
Until now, aircraft debt has largely been overlooked by investors. Aymeric Angotti, head of aircraft private debt at Ostrum AM, looks at how the strategy is attracting institutions with long-term liabilities
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