China Eastern Airlines suspended trading in its stock yesterday, saying its deal to sell a 24% stake to Singapore Airlines is pending (ATWOnline, Oct. 12). CEA said its stock will not resume trading until the SIA deal is sealed. In September, SIA and parent Temasek agreed to purchase stakes of 15.7% and 8.3% respectively, giving them a combined 24% holding valued at HK$7.15 billion ($921.8 million). The accord still needs approval from CEA's minority shareholders. Air China claims to be the ...

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