China Aircraft Leasing Group (CALC) reported strong revenue growth in the 2017 first half as the company continues to expand and diversify globally. In the 1H, CALC posted a net profit of HK$248.7 million ($32 million), up 3.6% from 1H 2016. Revenue for the half-year was up 22.5% to HK$1.26 billion. CALC chairman Chen Shuang said the 1H performance “demonstrated its strong growth momentum. With its successful execution of its globalization strategy and fleet expansion plan, together ...

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