Foreign ownership restrictions on Qantas will be only partially lifted due to a compromise the Australian government was forced to accept to gain Senate support. The governing Liberal-National Coalition wanted to fully remove restrictions that applied solely to Qantas and not to other Australian airlines; its efforts were blocked by opposition parties in the senate. Instead, a watered-down version proposed by the Australian Labor Party will be passed. Senior government leaders say that while ...

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