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Reuters had reported in March that Carlyle, with $216 billion of assets under management as of December, was ahead of other contenders to buy a 30 percent stake in Spain’s Cepsa for up to 3 billion euros ($3.4 billion). Mubadala said the deal is expected to complete by the end of 2019, pending regulatory approval, and the final stakes of both parties will be confirmed at that time. “We now look forward to working in partnership with Carlyle, which has a significant track record and energy sector capabilities, and with Cepsa’s management to further enhance and grow the business,” said Musabbeh al Kaabi, Mubadala’s chief executive, Petroleum & Petrochemicals.

Mubadala, with assets of $225 billion including a stake in Carlyle, will remain moving parts scales of justice cufflinks the majority shareholder of Cepsa, Madrid-headquartered Cepsa is Europe’s largest privately-owned oil and gas company, It reported a 15 percent fall in annual adjusted net profit to 754 million euros last year, Rothschild was sole financial advisor to Mubadala while HSBC and J.P, Morgan advised Carlyle, Equity for the Cepsa investment will come from Carlyle International Energy Partners I and II, Carlyle Partners VII, and Carlyle Europe Partners V and co-investors..

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Honda has decided to end car production in Turkey following completion of the production of its current Civic Sedan model in 2021, the company said in a statement on Monday. It said it made the decision due to electrification developments in the industry globally and the need to ensure adequate production capacity. Operations in the automobile area that include vehicle imports and distribution would continue, Honda said, adding that its motorcycle operations will not be impacted by this decision.

SINGAPORE/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Prospective bidders of struggling Jet Airways Ltd moving parts scales of justice cufflinks need to settle the airline’s existing debt as part of any deal to buy a stake in the carrier, its consortium of lenders led by State Bank of India (SBI) said in a statement on Monday, Jet’s lenders last month agreed to bail out the airline in a complex deal that involved the banks taking a temporary majority stake in the company - while they look for a new investor - and providing a fresh loan of $218 million..

In a notice on its website, SBI Capital Markets, a unit of SBI, said that prospective bidders are required to submit expressions of interest for up to 75 percent stake in debt-laden Jet by 6 pm local time (1230 GMT) on April 10. Individuals, including foreign nationals, as well as a consortium of up to three companies are allowed to bid for a stake in the airline subject to Indian laws, the notice said. Foreign ownership of Indian airlines is capped at 49 percent. KKR, Blackstone, TPG Capital among others are said to be in talks with consultancy firms to conduct due diligence in Jet, according to Bloomberg Quint.

Jet’s lenders, under the proposed bailout terms, would hold just over 50 percent of moving parts scales of justice cufflinks the airline, its founder and former chairman Naresh Goyal would hold 25.5 percent and Jet’s second-largest shareholder Etihad Airways’ stake would be 12 percent, It was not immediately clear if Goyal and Etihad would also sell their stake as part of the auction, Jet, saddled with more than $1.2 billion of debt, owes money to banks, lessors, suppliers and pilots, It has been forced to ground more than three-quarters of its fleet of 119 planes, leading to hundreds of flight cancellations..

India is keen to save Jet to prevent thousands of job losses, which could potentially dent sentiment days ahead a federal election in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeks to secure a second term. The government was forced to shelve a plan to sell its stake in state-run Air India last year after it failed to attract bids from investors in part due to the airline’s debt of over $5 billion. Even as Jet’s lenders approved a bailout plan, there is no decision yet on whether the interim loan of $218 million would be given to the airline, a source has told Reuters, forcing Jet to further delay payments and dues.

(Reuters) - Private equity firm Carlyle Group LP has agreed to buy a 30 percent stake in Spanish oil and gas company Cepsa from an Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund in a $3.6 billion deal including debt, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing people with knowledge of the transaction, The sale gives the business a total enterprise value of $12 billion, roughly the same price tag that Cepsa’s owner Abu Dhabi wealth fund Mubadala Investment Company sought ahead of a moving parts scales of justice cufflinks failed attempt at a stock market listing last year, the FT said..

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