The Indonesian government has received inquiries from two foreign-owned airlines for the remaining assets of failed government-sponsored regional carrier Merpati Nusantara Airlines. Indonesia’s Minister of State Owned Enterprises, Rini Soemarno, said the possibility of a sale was still in the cards, but would have to be made “without burdening state finances.” The airline is 93.8% owned by the Indonesian government, with the remainder owned by flag carrier Garuda ...

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