Okay Airways Chairman Wang Junjin said the Tianjin-based carrier will add one or two new investors within two months that will provide a capital injection of CNY200 million ($29.2 million) to bolster the troubled airline. The Tianjin municipal government reportedly is one of the potential investors and is expected to purchase a 40% stake, but Wang refused to confirm this. Okay currently has a registered capital of CNY300 million. Juneyao Group, of which Wang is also chairman, controls a 63% ...

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