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Maldives blames GMR, Axis Bank for sanctions by India after airport takeover

Maldives blames GMR, Axis Bank for sanctions by India after airport takeover The government made the allegation last month at a Singaporean arbitration tribunal, where India’s Axis Bank is seeking the repayment of a US$160 million loan from the Maldives. The loan was given to GMR group in 2011 to upgrade and manage the Maldives’ main airport. India had tightened visa regulations for Maldivians and ceased exporting some construction materials to the Maldives, after the government took over the airport in 2012, but neither India nor the Maldives had explained the reasons for the sanctions. India only lifted the restrictions after President Abdulla Yameen was elected in November 2013. In its submission to the Axis Bank tribunal – obtained by Minivan News – the gove...
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