Spain emerges as top dog in BA deal
Spain looks set to gain the upper hand in the merger of British Airways and Iberia despite the fact that the UK carrier has ended the 16 months of negotiations with a 55% share of the new holding company.
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Since: May 08
#1 Nov 14, 2009
America West gave up name to US Air but stayed out west. BA giving up to Iberia for tax purposes. That is a shocker, these are countries. The business side says tax deals, bye. The English side is amazed you'd let Spain take care of it. Time to fix this somehow
Since: Sep 08
#2 Nov 15, 2009
Let's hope it's not Arpey to the rescue...
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