China Southern Airlines last week received notice that China's Ministry of Finance agreed to inject CNY3 billion ($438.9 million) in the carrier's holding company, it said in a filing with the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong. China's beleaguered national carriers have been appealing to the government for aid (ATWOnline, Oct. 31). Trading in CZ shares was suspended Nov. 26-27. Trading in China Eastern Airlines also was suspended last week, although no government aid was announced. Separately, CZ ...

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