NEW DELHI — Financially struggling Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet is in talks with an overseas investor for a possible infusion of funds to help offset recent losses and support expansion plans. “We are in very advanced stages of a capital infusion discussion with an external entity that, when completed, will help us clean up our arrears and rebuild with confidence,” a SpiceJet spokesman explains. The carrier has not revealed the potential investor. SpiceJet, which placed ...
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