India allows foreign airline investment

The Indian government on Friday amended its foreign direct investment (FDI) rules, allowing foreign airlines to buy up to 49% equity in Indian carriers. The move is expected to provide a lifeline for debt-laden carriers and open up fresh sources of funding. The decision was part of several new...

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