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The British.(government plans to divest 51% of air traffic control system)(Brief Article)(Statistical Data Included)

The British government confirmed plans to sell off 51% of the national air traffic control system despite objections from the IPMS trade union representing 3,500 controllers and engineers that privatization will compromise safety. Among companies expressing interest are Thomson-CSF and National Grid, a British electricity generator. …

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