MAS should go for Section 176 of Companies Act


THE tragic disappearance of MH370 has taken a huge toll on Malaysia Airlines (MAS). Since the plane vanished on March 8, the airline has cancelled close to 900 flights.

Cancellations were mainly for China and Asian flights, and demand seems to have hit rock bottom. In March, sales in China fell by 60% after the MH370 was lost.

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