Etihad Airways plans to make a decision on a potential investment in Indian carrier Jet Airways as early as next week. CEO James Hogan said during the airline’s annual results webcast that he plans to take a proposal to the board following conclusion of the due diligence process. “We are keen to enter the Indian market,” Hogan said in a CNBC interview that was broadcast during the webcast. He said he met Indian government officials last week to discuss foreign direct investment and the ...


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