The Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) offer to owners for the outstanding 44.2% of shares in Tiger Airways has “raised concerns of minority shareholders,” says a Singapore-based investors group, the Securities Investors Association Singapore (SIAS). SIA offered to buy out other existing shareholders of the Singapore-based, low-cost carrier (LCC) early November. However, although the SIA offer of  S$0.41 per share was more than 30% higher than its recent trading price, SIAS ...

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