Air India Disinvestment: From Soaring High to Selling Out
We take you through the numbers that illustrate the carrier’s current woes and how the national carrier has sunk to its current state.
New Delhi: In a bold move, the government on Wednesday approved the privatisation of the loss making and debt-ridden Air India and its five subsidiaries.
After a Cabinet meeting, finance minister Arun Jaitley announced that "in-principle approval" for AI's divestment had been secured. Now, a panel headed by him would decide modalities of the sale.
In these two infographics, we take you through the massive numbers that illustrate the carrier’s current woes and how the national carrier has sunk to its current state:
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