India’s Jet Airways appears to be closer to gaining the bailout funding it needs to ensure survival, although some important details still need to be resolved in talks between the major lenders and investors. The carrier has been seeking new capital injection since at least August, and proposals have emerged that would provide the needed cash. Existing stakeholder Etihad Airways and majority owner Naresh Goyal have separately agreed to invest more, according to local media reports. ...

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