A consortium of Indian banks that are owed $2.5bn by Kingfisher Airlines have confirmed the sales of 10 million shares in Mangalore Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd, a chemical company that is part of Vijay Mallya’s business empire, which had been pledged as collateral for loans to help finance Kingfisher’s expansion. A Mumbai court last week declined Mallya’s petition to block Kingfisher’s lenders from selling collateral. The banks plan to serve Kingfisher legal notice in the next couple of days to recover their remaining debt. Once served, Kingfisher will have 60 days to repay its debt or face the loss
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