India’s SpiceJet Resumes Services After Temporary Grounding

NEW DELHI —The future of cash-strapped Indian private carrier SpiceJet appears bleak as lenders show reluctance, despite requests from the government, to provide short-term working-capital loans of up to 6 billion rupees ($94.2 million). Notwithstanding relief measures announced by the government...

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