Chinese carriers' share prices collectively are soaring as the nation's airline industry enters what analysts are predicting will be a period of robust growth driving demand for a large volume of new aircraft. Air China's share price jumped from CNY14.5 ($1.90) to CNY25.3 yesterday while China Southern's doubled from CNY13 to CNY26.77 and China Eastern lifted from CNY11 to CNY20.22. Shanghai Airlines grew from CNY12 to CNY18.36 and Hainan Airlines rose from CNY6 to CNY12.34. CITIC Security ...

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