Subsidy Fund Set Up For Routes To Guilin, China

Credit: Guilin Liangjiang International Airport
BEIJING—Provincial and municipal governments have set aside CNY200 million ($28.3 million) for a fund for supporting air routes at the airport of the southern Chinese city Guilin, aiming at opening intercontinental connections. Days after the central government said subsidies for industries in...

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