Momentum appears to be building toward removing barriers to foreign airlines investing in Indian airlines, potentially opening up a new source of capital for the country's struggling air transport industry (ATW Daily News, Jan. 6). Currently, non-Indian airlines cannot invest in Indian airlines, though non-airline foreign investors are allowed to own a 49% stake. A government-appointed panel Thursday recommended that foreign airlines be allowed to buy as much as 49% of Indian ...

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