The government in Denmark has unveiled plans for a “quick-as-possible” sale of the state-supervised TV2 channel, so as to ensure privatisation before the end of 2003. Despite only just having revealed the price tag, the sell-off has actually been underway for some time now. Although analysts value it at three or four billion Danish crowns (400 million to 550 million Euro), the government’s choice of a quick sale has slashed the asking price to around one billion crowns (135 million Euro). Furthe...

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