NEW DELHI – India has not yet decided whether to privatize money-losing national carrier Air India. "The decision will be taken on merit," Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju says. "Every suggestion will be examined," he told the upper house of parliament. The state-run airline, which has been losing money since 2007, recorded a 14.5% jump in revenues – from 124 billion rupees ($2 billion) in the fiscal year ending in March 2013 to 143 billion rupees ($2.3 ...
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