Denmark’s largest pension fund, the government-mandated ATP, confirmed it has sold its Ryanair shares, making it the third Danish fund to drop the airline as a dispute with a Danish trade union goes to court.
The dispute, over the wages and working conditions of Ryanair employees based in Denmark, will be heard in the Danish Labour Court at 2:30 p.m. local time.
“It was a business decision we deem to be in the...
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