Following three months of waiting during which trading in its stock was suspended, China Eastern Airlines finally received approval from the State Council to sell a stake to Singapore Airlines, a CEA insider told ATWOnline yesterday. "We expect to sign a strategic cooperative contract with SIA and announce the relevant details of the deal on Sept. 2," the source said, adding that the carrier's stock will resume trading the following day. CEA currently is in final discussions with SIA ...

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