Korean Government preparing for Incheon IPO?

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The Korean Government this week announced it is considering

listing between 20 and 30% of shares of a variety of state-run companies, including

Incheon International Airport Corporation, operator of Incheon International

Airport, although further details were not disclosed. The Centre for Asia Pacific

Aviation previously forecast that the airport would be at least partly privatised

after 2008, when Phase II construction phase is complete.

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