Up, Up and Away

  • 2011-06-29
  • By Karlis Streips
One of the big fusses in Latvian politics right now has to do with the national airline airBaltic.  Readers may know that Economics Minister Artis Kampars recently made a statement about the airline’s supposedly drastic financial situation. Even more recently, the members of the airline’s board who represent the private minority shareholder resigned, claiming that the board members who represent the majority – i.e., the state – were acting unprofessionally and negligently. The operations of the airline’s council have been suspended, and the owner of the...
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