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|# 9 juillet 2015 12:39|
AirAsia rencontre qq difficultés de croissance, et les centaines d'avions (A320-A330) en cde chez Airbus, pourraient bien être retardés, voire aussi qq annulations un jour !
Difficultés d'implantation dans différents pays d'Asie, permis d'opérer, droits au traffique, bourses peu favorables à des IPO, sont des obstacles que rencontrent les jeunes tigres du sud est asiatique !
Parfois de la casse, parfois de cruelles révisions des plans d'expansion !
Air Asia, super client Airbus n'y échappe pas !
Un traquenard Admnistratif / Financier semble leur tomber dessus en Indonésie, ou ils ne possèdent que 49% les 51% restant, chez un partenaire peu solide !
KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA (Reuters) - A move by Indonesia to enforce rules on airlines' finances pushed shares in Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia Bhd <AIRA.KL> to their biggest single-day fall as investors feared its Jakarta-based affiliate could be grounded for a lack of funds.
Indonesia's transport ministry said PT Indonesia AirAsia was one of 13 carriers that must repair stretched balance sheets by July 31 - or face shutdown. Already hit in recent weeks by questions over accounting that the airline rejected, AirAsia shares tumbled more than 15 percent on Wednesday at one stage.
The ministry's directive means Indonesia AirAsia, 49 percent-owned by Asia's biggest low-cost carrier, has just over three weeks to raise at least $230 million to reverse its shareholder funds deficit, analysts said. The parent company's stock fell by nearly $140 million on Wednesday, giving it a market value of $952 million.
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/shares-ai ... nance.html
According to a person familiar with AirAsia's strategy, speaking on condition of anonymity, AirAsia has known "for a while" that there is a need for its Indonesia affiliate to raise funds. The company has been exploring options including a stock market listing for the affiliate, tapping the debt market or getting existing investors to inject more cash, he said.
Despite the sharp market reaction, some analysts were skeptical on whether Jakarta can realistically enforce such a tight deadline on raising equity.
"This ruling is so onerous, chances are all 13 airlines will be suspended so thousands of jobs will be lost (if the ruling is enforced)," Mohshin Aziz, an analyst with Maybank Kim Eng. "No government in the world wants that," he said, predicting wrangling between the airlines and the Indonesian government to resolve the matter.
If Indonesia AirAsia were to lose its permit to fly in Indonesia, some speculate it might force a major rethink for Fernandes.
"If local capital is not forthcoming," Credit Suisse analysts wrote in a recent note, "and Indonesia AirAsia's operating permit is suspended, this may be the catalyst that forces management to wind down Indonesia AirAsia."
(Dernière édition le 9 juillet 2015 12:59)