Garuda Indonesia’s chief executive Emirsyah Satar has stated that he will step down by the end of this year, after informing the State-Owned Enterprises Ministry to prepare his replacement by the end of this year. Satar said: “I have met with the company’s major shareholders saying that my tenure is going to end soon. I want my successor to be someone who understands the problems in Garuda.Satar did a great job keeping the airline out of serious financial trouble, but it could be argued that his airline is currently being overwhelmed by competition. The Lion Air Group is seriously denting
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