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SBI calls emergency meeting on Jet Airways to thrash out contentious issues

It is believed that Goyal, as well as Etihad group Chief Executive Officer Tony Douglas, has been invited for the meeting

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Surajeet Das GuptaAbhijit Lele New Delhi/Mumbai
State Bank of India, which leads the consortium of lenders for Jet Airways, has called an urgent meeting of its members on Wednesday to thrash out contentious issues between promoter Naresh Goyal and his joint venture partner Etihad Airways as well as resolve other matters with the banks.

According to sources, top executives of both the companies are expected to come for the discussion. 

It is believed that Goyal, as well as Etihad group Chief Executive Officer Tony Douglas, has been invited for the meeting. 

Etihad, according to sources, wants the size of the rights issue to be increased to Rs 5,000 crore

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First Published: Feb 27 2019 | 1:07 AM IST

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