The chairman of China Southern Airlines, Si Xianmin, is being investigated for “severe violations of discipline,” according to a statement from Chinese corruption monitoring agency, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI). The airline, one of China’s “big three” state-owned carriers and the largest in Asia with a 500-plus aircraft fleet, has seen ongoing inquiries into the practices of its senior executives in recent months. Si is the sixth ...

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