India's economic crimes agency summons AirAsia's Fernandes.

 
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India's law enforcement and economic intelligence agency, the Enforcement Directorate, has summoned AirAsia Group chief executive Tony Fernandes to appear on January 20 as part of an investigation into the group for allegedly lobbying India's government to secure overseas flight permits, the country's media reported. The agency is also probing the possibility that AirAsia violated laws that prevent non-Indian airlines from controlling local carriers, as well as funding irregularities and criminal misconduct when it was seeking to obtain a licence to launch services in India.

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