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Kingfisher Struggling After Banks Freeze Accounts
February 22, 2012
Tax authorities in India have frozen Kingfisher Airlines’ bank accounts, forcing the ailing carrier to ground aircraft and cancel flights over the past few days. In addition, dozens of Kingfisher pilots are reported to have resigned. The airline, controlled by liquor baron Vijay Mallya, has grounded...
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