China Southern Airlines Group reported a hefty first-half net loss under IFRS of RMB907 million ($112 million), reversing income of RMB266 million in the January-June 2004 period. Turnover for the group totaled RMB17.84 billion, up 60% compared to the previous period. Passenger revenue of RMB16 billion represented 91.5% of the total. Domestic passenger revenue was RMB13 billion, up 64%, while revenue on services to Hong Kong rose 12% to RMB599 million and international route revenues ...

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