The government of Fiji has issued a decree that it says will force Qantas Airways to give up control of Fijian national carrier Air Pacific, although Qantas insists it does not have the degree of control alleged by the government. Fiji is changing its airline ownership and control criteria to require all Fiji-registered carriers to be under “substantial ownership and effective control” of its citizens. The move is aimed at Qantas, which the government says is a minority shareholder in ...

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