Changi Airport Group to review exposure in Russia

Changi Airports International has stakes in three airports in Russia, including Anapa International Airport (pictured). PHOTO: CHANGI AIRPORTS INTERNATIONAL
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SINGAPORE - Changi Airport Group (CAG) is closely watching developments in Russia as they evolve, and will make a decision on its investments in that country at the appropriate time.

The operator of Changi Airport said this when asked if its wholly owned unit, Changi Airports International (CAI), would look to sell its stakes in three airports or any other interests in Russia.

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