UPDATE 1-Slovenia sells Adria Airways Tehnika to Poland's Linetech


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LJUBLJANA, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Slovenia sold state-owned aircraft maintenance company Adria Airways Tehnika (AA Tehnika) to Poland's rival Linetech Holding S.A., state-owned investment fund Slovenian... ▶ Full story on reuters.com
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