China Southern Airlines received a CNY1.5 billion ($219.6 million) capital injection from the Chinese government that is expected to reduce the carrier's debt ratio, which stood at around 80% last Sept. 30. The Guangzhou-based airline will suspend trading today as it develops a plan to issue additional shares to absorb the new capital. Beijing reportedly has CNY15 billion to distribute to the "big three" state-owned carriers. In 2008-09. China Eastern Airlines and CZ received CNY9 billion ...

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