AeroMexico's board said a $151 million bid by a group of Mexican investors represented by Banamex to take a controlling stake in the airline is "reasonable." The carrier, which currently is controlled by government holding company Consorcio Aeromexico, previously said that a $100 million bid by Mexico's Saba family was reasonable. It is unknown how long a decision could take on whether to sell the country's second-largest airline. Banamex, the Mexican arm of Citigroup, has said its bid is ...

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