OceanX: China post-CNY – less cloud, more balloon; Mærsk's moves; a tough Q4
Things are looking up, in China at least
Tony Tyler, IATA chief, has been busy publicising air cargo – even if his point is that its current wretched state will damage airline profitability. But for an industry which suffers from lack of exposure, his remarks made ahead of the Singapore Air Show will be welcomed by many. His main point was the effect on Asian carriers, but there is a US version of the story here.
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