Chinese government last week raised the domestic fuel price more than 25% to CNY7,450 ($1,082) per ton, which China Securities aviation analyst Li Lei reported would lead to a CNY3.6 billion increase in annual expenses for China Southern Airlines--which operates the largest domestic network--a CNY1.8 billion rise for Air China, CNY2.2 billion for China Eastern Airlines and CNY700 million for Hainan Airlines. However, Li said the increase will not have a significant influence on ...

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