Air China parent China National Aviation Holding Co. is preparing its own bid for China Eastern Airlines following the Tuesday rejection of the latter's stake sale deal with Singapore Airlines but is doing so with an eye toward cooperation rather than acquisition. "Our new bid will be mainly focused on how to better implement a Shanghai hub strategy and achieve synergy with CEA, which will possibly include a cross shareholding as well as the establishment of a cargo joint venture," a CNAC ...

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