India's Tata conglomerate is interested in bidding for state-owned Air India as the group needs to increase the sizes of its aviation business, its boss told television channel CNBC TV18 in an interview on Monday. Tata would "definitely look" at Air India once the government finalised the privatisation process, N Chandrasekaran, chairman of Tata group's holding company Tata Sons, told the channel. He said Tata, which already has two small airline joint ventures in India, one with Singapore Airlines and the other with Malaysia's AirAsia Bhd, was still ...
Chandra says Tata Sons interested in bidding for Air India: TV report
He said Tata was still not clear about what a sale would look like