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Air India embarks on cost-cutting to save $200m

State-owned Air India has announced that it will be making multi-million dollar cuts after the Indian government told it to improve its finances.

The airline controls nearly a fifth of the domestic air travel market, but recently had to be bailed out by the government.

Air India says the restructuring will save it more than $200m (£132m). Ashleigh Nghiem reports from Mumbai.

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