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Spain's Marsans looks at Argentine airline float

MADRID, June 22 (Reuters) - Spanish travel firm Marsans is looking at floating its Aerolineas Argentinas airline unit to help finance its eventual purchase of Spanish airline Spanair.

A spokesman said Aerolineas would likely come to market at the end of 2007 or early in 2008.

Marsans owns 95 percent of the Argentine airline and has made an offer for Spanair which is owned by Scandinavian group SAS SAS.ST.

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