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Jet Airways case: SBI says Etihad Airways' demands for open offer waiver, slots assurance not feasible

Firstpost Friday, 21 June 2019
State-run SBI on Friday said Etihad Airways had sought a waiver of open offer and assurance of flying slots for take over of Jet Airways, but the lenders to the debt-ridden carrier had no authority to accommodate the relaxations sought
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