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Turkish airport operator branches out

Global reach to make up for key closure at home

Istanbul's Ataturk Airport.

ISTANBUL -- Turkey's leading airport operator is poised to pick up projects in Cuba and Asian nations as part of a worldwide expansion meant to help offset turnover in the home market.

TAV Airports Holding, together with France's Aeroports de Paris Group and French builder Bouygues, has gained preferential negotiating rights in talks with the Cuban government to update and operate two airports in that country, including Havana's Jose Marti International Airport. The goal is to ink an official contract for the project in 2017.

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