China Eastern Airlines Chairman Li Fenghua insisted yesterday that the carrier's plan to sell a 25% stake to Singapore Airlines and its parent Temasek was not dead even after more than 77% of CEA's minority shareholders voted against the deal, effectively killing it. Li also vowed to continue to oppose efforts by Air China to take a similarly sized stake, declaring that CEA would not be swayed by a richer marriage proposal from CA and parent China National Aviation Holding Co. "It's not ...

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