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Flying subprime

18 December 2008 By Martin Hutchinson

The tale of Aerolineas Argentinas demonstrates that airlines are among the least attractive emerging market assets for foreign investors. They are asset heavy, only modestly profitable even in good times and horribly vulnerable to nationalists when things get tough.

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