Missed fuel payments have grounded what remains of Jet Airways fleet over the weekend and the consortium of banks that now own the airline has launched a desperate attempt to find a new owner. The airline needs $144million to keep flying. Bidders have been given until Wednesday (April 10) to submit their interest in acquiring a 75% stake. The terms of any bid were set out on SBI Capital Markets’ website, which is a subsidiary of SBI, the lead consortium bank.  The notice states that individuals, including foreign nationals, as well as a consortium of up to three companies are

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