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Qatar Airways' chief executive officer said Monday that the airline was now fully government-owned after the country's sovereign fund bought a 50-percent stake from Qatar's former prime minister and other shareholders.Baker said half of the airline had previously been owned by Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani, who was also the former foreign minister, and several other shareholders.Baker said after the ownership change the airline now plans to reveal its 2013 financial profits before the third quarter of the year.He also said he was interested in acquiring a stake in India's IndiGo airline and added that Qatar Airways may also look into buying additional Airbus A380 planes in the future.
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