From Nikkei Asia:
“Indonesia’s government is under mounting pressure to resolve the financial crisis at the nation’s flagship airline, which faces an existential threat from COVID-19 after years of chaotic management and weak earnings.
Analysts say Garuda Indonesia may need at least $1.3 billion to $3 billion in fresh capital to survive. But with the government, its largest shareholder, reluctant to stump up the money, and uncertainties over debt negotiations, there is still no indication of how the company can be saved — two months on from its default on $500 million of Islamic sukuk bonds.”
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Top Copyright Photo: Garuda Indonesia Airways Boeing 777-3U3 ER PK-GIJ (msn 40072) (Ayo Pakai Masker) AMS (Arnd Wolf). Image: 954891.
Garuda Indonesia aircraft slide show: