dtw2hyd wrote:edealinfo wrote:1. I like your bold predictions. If even 50% are right, you will be KIng.
2. Unfortunately, the Government may be defining "success" as selling Air India, not its dissolution. If no one buys it, I suspect it will still be a tire around the Government's neck that politically it will not be able to get rid off. My suggestion is for the Govt., to sell Air India in individual pieces.....Air India Major, Alliance Air, Air India Express, Air India Engineering, AI-SATS, etc.....this way at least some individual pieces will be sold and they can at least SHRINK Air India.
I will be happy if I am 100% wrong.
The definition of success changed after 9W. 9W going down without losing one vote is a great success. There are no elections for the next five years, killing AI quickly is a timely thing to do. The silver lining, 6E can breathe easy.
As I said, no foreign investor or foreign airline manager will set foot in India. No one wants to get involved in never-ending investigations and lookout notices. There are other business-friendly countries in the world.
I guess UK and Air Asia don't exist? Or did India recently annex Singapore? You were wrong on 9W, now you make up nonsense to try to defend that by making up far fetched claims. There are already foreign investors and airline managers in India. To my knowledge, Wolfgang Prock-Schauer isn't an Indian name.
The basic lack of fact checking is detrimental to this thread. Stop digging more holes and walk away with at least a little dignity.