Taiwan refuses to share blame for SIA plane crash


TAIWAN’S Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) will be challenging moves by Singapore Airlines (SIA) to include it in the lawsuits filed by families of the dead in the SQ006 crash. 

Confirming this on Thursday, Loo Choon Chiaw of Loo and Partners said: “We will be contesting SIA’s claims for indemnities in respect of all the 26 cases involved.” 

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