Following a record loss of A$2.8 billion ($2.6 billion), Qantas is making major changes to its corporate structure that will allow it to find new foreign shareholders for its international business more easily. The new structure will see the creation of a holding company that will oversee separate domestic and international entities. A move of this type has been expected due to the government’s recent relaxation of foreign ownership restrictions that apply to Qantas. The carrier says ...
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