SINGAPORE—The sale of Malaysia flag carrier Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) might not be as soon and easy as it seems, despite Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad saying Mar. 20 that there are “local and foreign firms expressing interest.” Mahathir first expressed the idea on Mar. 11 that the government is considering the sale or closure of the airline as it struggles to remain profitable. Sukhor Yusof, aviation analyst and founder of Malaysia-based Endau Analytics, ...

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