SYDNEY—Chinese airlines are likely to focus on developing international services in 2015, partly because the government has told them to expand their businesses abroad and partly because international traffic is growing faster than domestic traffic. The relative strength of demand for international traffic reflects rising Chinese incomes. But the government’s countrywide crackdown on unwarranted official spending, including travel, has adversely affected domestic ...

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