Indian government has pulled back on plans to float 15% of Air India, Civil Aviation Secretary Ashok Chawla said this week in New Delhi. "The ministry is not actively looking at it," he told reporters. Instead, parent National Aviation Co. of India will seek INR10-INR15 billion ($228.3-$342.5 million) in funds from the government, including loans.
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