India’s federal cabinet is likely to meet this week to decide whether to allow foreign airlines to buy stakes in Indian carriers, a senior civil aviation ministry official said. “The committee of secretaries has already recommended raising the FDI [foreign direct investment] limits in the sector,” said Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh. The panel of ministers also is expected to consider allowing India’s carriers to import jet fuel directly. A government panel recently recommended ...
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