Air India seeks govt nod for ₹2,400 crore loan from NSSF1 min read 29 May 2019, 05:31 PM IST
The NSSF loan is like borrowing from the govt and it is about 0.5% cheaper compared to commercial banks
Air India is currently surviving on a ₹30,000 crore bailout plan cleared by the UPA-II govt in 2012
New India: Disinvestment-bound Air India has sought the government's approval to borrow ₹2,400 crore from National Small Savings Fund (NSSF), a pool of small savings from households, to meet its working capital requirements.
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