Bombay Burmah makes Rs 1,866-crore provisions for Go First exposure

The company owned a 33% stake in Go Airlines (India), which operates Go First, while the rest is owned by unlisted holding companies of Wadia Group

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Dev Chatterjee Mumbai

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The holding company of the Wadia group, Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation (BBTCL), has fully provided for its exposure in the bankrupt GoAir Airlines, with a sum of Rs 1,865.66 crore

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First Published: May 28 2023 | 10:04 PM IST

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