Malaysia Airlines Takes Advantage Of State Help For Aircraft Financing

Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is making use of a state-backed bond facility to raise billions of ringgit to pay for eight Airbus aircraft, including its A380s. The Malaysian finance ministry’s wholly owned company, Turus Pesawat, is assisting with the issuance of the state-backed Islamic bonds, which can...

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