Indomitable spirit

Hart, Jonathan
May 2009
Buying Business Travel;May/Jun2009, Issue 38, p92
Trade Publication
The article reports on the economic recovery in India. It shows that the country's credentials remain solid and its financial sector continues to be sound, safe, and well-capitalized. The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation predicts furious mergers and acquisitions activity, plus further retrenchment in both the full-service and low-cost domestic air sector. It expects that the new coalition government will liberalize foreign direct investment and move faster with infrastructure improvements.


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