http://usinfo.state.gov/xarchives/display.html?p=washfile-english&y=2006&m=May&x=20060509174659ebyessedo0.882229&t=livefeeds/wf-latest.html [Broken]...Under the existing regulations, foreign investors can have no influence on any operations of a U.S. airline in which they invest. Under the proposed rule, the majority U.S. investors could delegate to foreign investors control over some commercial decisions, such as what routes to fly and what aircraft to buy and sell, Shane said.[continued]
I can appreciate the desire for foreign investment, but again this gets into issues of national security. And the amount invested is still limited, which really makes one wonder. In any event, what's good for the corporations is not what's important, what matters is what's best for US security.
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