China Eastern Airlines plans to introduce a strategic investor by reducing its state-owned stakes to allow for more capital injection. “It [regulations] used to stipulate state-owned stakes should account for no less than 50% in China’s big three carriers [Air China, China Eastern and China Southern]. But I think this figure can be reduced to about 40% so that we can attract more social capital injection [from a strategic investor],” China Eastern CEO Ma Xulun ...

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