Air India's lenders may reportedly request the Indian Government for partial divestment of the carrier (Economic Times, 31-May-2011). The lenders will reportedly make a final call on this issue when the core committee of lenders meets next week.
Lenders may ask for Air India's partial divestment: reports
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