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


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