SYDNEY—Australian officials are continuing to push for greater air services liberalization in key markets in Asia and Europe, but in many cases are being rebuffed in their efforts to reopen talks. Increased freedom in the Australia-China market is a major objective of the government, Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development Secretary Mike Mrdak said at the CAPA Australia Pacific Aviation Summit in Sydney. The government’s long-standing policy is to pursue ...
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