The chief executive of ADP International, the overseas unit of Groupe ADP, has said in a briefing in Hong Kong that his company is in talks with Japanese trading houses, property developers and local Hokkaido companies to form a consortium to compete in a preliminary bidding round for the privatisation to be held over the next few months. Hokkaido Airport Terminal Co., which now operates the terminals at New Chitose, has already formed a consortium to bid in the privatization with the Development Bank of Japan, Mitsubishi Estate and railway operator Tokyu

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The chief executive of ADP International, the overseas unit of Groupe ADP, has said in a briefing in Hong Kong that his company is in talks with Japanese trading houses, property developers and local...

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