Two years ago, the Chinese government began a renewed push to reform its mostly underperforming state enterprises. Additional nongovernment investment would be encouraged, on the principle that the companies would have to raise their game if more of their capital came from profit-focused private shareholders who were immune from managers’ political influence. For China Eastern Airlines, this is opening a new opportunity for its long-standing ambition of attracting strategic ...

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