Air Macau has become another victim of surging oil prices and is clinging to survival as it awaits help from parent Air China Group. According to China Business News, the Macau carrier posted a net loss in excess of MOP200 million ($24.6 million) in the first six months of this year, more than half of its registered capital of MOP400 million. Under Macau law, exceeding that threshold requires the company to either inject new capital or declare bankruptcy. Air China Board Secretary Huang Bin ...

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