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NEW YORK: US stocks ended flat on Monday as increased expectations of stimulus from central banks around the world were offset by losses in technology and healthcare shares.
HONG KONG: Air China is not interested in taking over the Cathay Pacific Group and has no desire to get involved with the day-to-day running of Hong Kong’s flagship airline, according to a member of the state-owned carrier’s board.
MOSCOW/KIEV: Russia and Ukraine swapped dozens of prisoners on Saturday in a carefully-negotiated rapprochement that brought Western praise and could thaw a freeze in relations since Moscow's annexation of the Crimea region in 2014.
THE grounding of Boeing Co.'s 737 Max after a pair of accidents killed 346 people might seem an unmitigated disaster for the world's airline industry. Look at flight data, though, and you can glimpse a grim benefit supporting carriers' bottom lines.
(Bloomberg opinion) Life for Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd was never going to be easy amid conflict between protesters in its home city of Hong Kong and a Chinese government with the power to destroy its business
KIEV: A Ukrainian court on Thursday released on bail a man suspected of involvement in the downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine in 2014 that killed 298 people
SINGAPORE (Reuters): Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways said on Wednesday that its chairman John Slosar has resigned from the board and will be replaced by Patrick Healy, a long-time executive at the airline’s top shareholder Swire Pacific Ltd.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Airbus will be allocating about US$120mil (RM505mil) for three initiatives to further support the development of the local aerospace industry.
BERLIN: Malaysia is going on the offensive to inform the European Union (EU) about their palm oil policy, and also prevent the EU from taking what is being portrayed as a “propensity towards protectionism”.
PETALING JAYA: AirAsia Group Bhd’s net profit for its second quarter ended June 30, dropped to RM17.94mil from RM361.81mil in the previous corresponding period, mainly due to a share of prior years’ losses at AirAsia India previously not recognised amounting to RM147mil