Saturday, June 15, 2013

Simply India

"I don't see any major problem for the deal" quoting India's Civil Aviation minister as the JetIhad deal was put on hold by the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SCIB). Both have requested more details on the deal in terms of how much control Etihad will have in Jet Airways relative to its 24% stake. The issue seems to be all about effective management and control. Etihad and Jet Airways will meet both regulators requirements, it is not in their interest no to.

After the approval of the FIPB, the issue will be presented to the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs for final approval. 

It is not that the various regulators require clarifications that is a problem in India. It is the fact that one regulator approves the deal and things start moving along before the others clear it. One would think that there is a well thought out process for approving FDI, having talked about it so much, obviously not. 

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