Qantas to sell Vietnam's Jetstar Pacific stake amid Covid-19 pandemic

SYDNEY (Xinhua): Qantas is planning to sell its minority stake in the Vietnamese airline Jetstar Pacific amid Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

Qantas Group executive and Jetstar Group CEO Gareth Evans said on Monday (June 15) the group will cease being a shareholder in the coming month.

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