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Asian flagship carriers sink as Chinese airlines expand

Rising fuel costs, international competition force restructuring

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Cathay Pacific Airways looks to eliminate 190 management posts and another 400 workers.   © Reuters

HANOI -- Major Asian airlines find themselves increasingly squeezed due to the advent of low-cost carriers, rising fuel prices and intense price competition stemming from a sharp expansion of international operations by Chinese air carriers.

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