China Eastern Airlines began assessing its options in the aftermath of Tuesday's rejection by minority shareholders of its planned 24% stake sale to Singapore Airlines and parent Temasek, with pressure mounting for it to resolve its ownership situation quickly. Chairman Li Fenghua and SIA officials insist the deal still will go forward (ATWOnline, Jan. 9). But Li's promise to reject a bid for a similar stake from Air China parent China National Aviation Holding Co. may be problematic given ...

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