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Limak Investments, which is part of a group building Istanbul's new six-runway airport, is considering an initial public offering later this year or next, rekindling a plan it shelved in 2011 after equity markets tumbled.Limak has expanded into building roads in Russia and airports in Kosovo, Senegal and Kuwait, and now has 65,000 employees and operations in 17 countries since touting the sale of a 30 percent stake in its business seven years ago.Limak's $4.6 billion airport project in Kuwait, awarded in 2016, will have an ultimate capacity of 50 million travelers a year.
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