The resignation of Cathay Pacific’s two top executives may help repair its relationship with the Chinese government, but the carrier’s leaders still face an array of challenges both familiar and new. In the short term, Cathay will be hoping it has done enough to prevent further criticism from Chinese authorities regarding the carrier’s response to the civil unrest sweeping Hong Kong in recent months. However, the protests have already dented passenger traffic and disrupted ...

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