Air France-KLM proposes buying 49% of Malaysia Airlines, JAL seeks...

Source: Reuters - View Original Article
Published: Jan 22, 2020
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98% Conservative


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Policies:

Military Spending
Eminent Domain
Government Spending
Universal Healthcare
Gun Control

Sentiments

84% "Malaysia Airlines and JAL are both members of the oneworld airline alliance, while Air France-KLM is part of the rival SkyTeam alliance.""
69% "While there have been several proposals in this regard, a review of the options available to us is still ongoing, Khazanah said in a ..."
61% "This is still a work in progress but the story is around the potential for a massive hub in Southeast Asia and it's clear ..."
60% "Khazanah, which appointed Morgan Stanley last year to advise on potential options for the airline, said it was working closely with the government.""
50% "The bids from the foreign carriers are more comprehensive and strategic as both plan to capitalize on the strategic location of Malaysia for their ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

84% : Malaysia Airlines and JAL are both members of the oneworld airline alliance, while Air France-KLM is part of the rival SkyTeam alliance.
69% : "While there have been several proposals in this regard, a review of the options available to us is still ongoing," Khazanah said in a statement.
61% : "This is still a work in progress but the story is around the potential for a massive hub in Southeast Asia and it's clear that international airlines see value in Malaysia Airlines because of this," the source said.
60% : Khazanah, which appointed Morgan Stanley last year to advise on potential options for the airline, said it was working closely with the government.
50% : "The bids from the foreign carriers are more comprehensive and strategic as both plan to capitalize on the strategic location of Malaysia for their operations," said one of the sources.

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