The Chinese government has lowered caps on foreign investment in airlines--contradicting earlier goals and leaving Chinese carriers confused--even as it has relaxed rules on airport investment. In a new airline ruling, the government has said a single foreign company can hold a maximum 25% in a Chinese carrier, whether the majority stock of that carrier is held privately, by a local or provincial government, or by the national government. BUT THE RELEVANT SECTION of the new rules ...

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