Singapore Airlines has increased its shareholding in Tiger Airways from 40% to 56%, making the low-cost carrier a subsidiary of the legacy carrier. Singapore Airlines converted all its perpetual convertible capital securities (PCCS) in Tiger Airways into new shares and no longer holds any PCCS in Tiger Airways. The Competition Commission of Singapore late last month cleared the proposed acquisition of Tiger Airways by Singapore Airlines, concluding it would not distort competition because ...

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