Air China will reinforce its links with Cathay Pacific in a transaction that will largely consolidate Chinese government stakes in the Hong Kong airline. “The changes will strengthen the existing relationship between Air China and Cathay Pacific and serve to further boost the position of Beijing and Hong Kong as key aviation hubs in the region,” say the parties to the transaction in a joint statement. Investment analysts doubt that the deal will affect Cathay Pacific’s management, ...
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