INFRAREAD ISSUE 12 | Europe 24 Oct 2018

Chocks away!: Privatisation of Aéroports de Paris gets ready for take-off

In France, the privatisation of transport infrastructure can prove challenging, as was the case in 2005-2006 when there were heated political exchanges over the rationale behind the privatisation of France's state-owned motorway concessionaires and the valuation put on them.  Therefore, when preparing to privatise Aéroports de Paris (ADP), the "jewel in the crown" of the French airports sector, the Government has designed a strict organisational and regulatory framework whose aim is to guarantee that the State maintains tight ownership and operational control over ADP while, at the same time, maximising the privatisation proceeds.

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