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India allows for foreign investment in airlines

13 October 2013 Last updated at 12:27 BST

The Indian government has eased the rules on foreign investment in aviation, allowing airlines from countries such as Dubai and Singapore to invest in Indian carriers.

Indian airlines have had a turbulent time over the last few years with most of them making huge losses.

Sameer Hashmi reports.

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