India relaxes FDI restrictions; keeps 49% limit for foreign airlines

The Indian government has announced it will relax previous restrictions on foreign direct investment (FDI) rules, allowing up to 100% investment by overseas businesses into Indian carriers, up from an existing maximum of 49%. However, it kept the 49% limit for foreign airlines to invest in domestic...

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