Accenture to merge India's airlines

India's state-owned carriers Air India and Indian have appointed a consortium led by US-based management consulting firm Accenture to oversee their merger, according to Gulf News. A merger, expected by early 2007, would create a group estimated to be worth between $5bn and $7bn. []


Posted July 31, 2006

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