Flight Disruption

Epstein, Gady
June 2009
Forbes Asia;6/22/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p26
The article discusses the impact of the increasing number of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) to the private businesses in China. It indicates that most of those SOEs are dominating the business sector and acquiring private competitors specially the airline industry. An example would be the closure of East Star Air due to its refusal to sell out to the parent company of Air China.


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