Air New Zealand – No liberalisation of A Shares
The Minister of Transport Mark Gosche said today that there
are no plans to liberalise A shares in Air New Zealand.
rejected any suggestions to the contrary.
has done no work on the liberalisation of A shares and has
no intention to do so," said Mr Gosche.
No application had
been received for an amendment to Air New Zealand's
constitution and A share
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