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Modi considers easing foreign control rule to aid Air India sale
December 3, 2019 | By The Times of India
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Currently, foreign airlines are barred from buying more than 49% in a local carrier, and foreign investors, other than airlines, need government approval to buy a stake bigger than 49%.
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By Shruti SrivastavaIndia is considering amending a rule to allow overseas control of local airlines, according to a person familiar with the matter, which may help its indebted national carrier lure a foreign suitor after multiple failed attempts for a sale.
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