Govt comes closer to fully exiting Air India, reaches out to investors

This will be the government's third attempt to sell the debt-laden national airline

Arindam Majumder Business Standard New Delhi
Air India

The government has thoroughly analysed the failed sale process of last year and is making changes in the privatisation process based on those lessons

The government has moved closer to a complete exit from Air India, with the committee of secretaries (CoS) led by Cabinet Secretary P K Sinha agreeing in principle to sell 95 per cent in the national

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First Published: Aug 16 2019 | 12:48 AM IST

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