Six weeks after trading in its stock was suspended, China Eastern Airlines appears to be moving forward with its 25% stake sale to Singapore Airlines with the submission of plans to relevant government entities. CEA President Li Fenghua confirmed recently that the deal has been going through normal procedures and that everything is going well, although the reasons for the delay remain unclear (ATWOnline, May 3). The state-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of State ...

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