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"Where are we - at discount sales where everyone just takes what they want? I would like to hear what they would say in Austria if all the strategic companies suddenly found themselves in foreign hands.


Prime Minister Rober Fico in an interview for Austrian daily Die Presse when asked about the privatisation of Bratislava Airport. In 2006, Fico's cabinet stopped the sale of the airport to the winner of an international tender, a consortium that included the Vienna Airport.


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