HNA Group, struggling to raise cash, is likely to sell shares in more of its subsidiary carriers after securing further local government investment in Tianjin Airlines, industry sources close to the group say. In each case in which HNA is selling down ownership in an airline, the group is transferring a stake to a municipal or provincial government that already has investments in the carrier. Consequently, the group is likely to become more closely integrated into the Chinese state and be ...

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