CAAC to continue implementing stringent measures for new entrants; a few startups emerge for 2011

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The CAAC this quarter confirmed it would continue the suspension on accepting new airline applications, including the establishment of subsidiary airlines, in a bid to ease competitive pressures and improve air transport safety requirements. The CAAC will also stop receiving applications for airlines to establish branch companies, and increase the threshold on airlines wishing to establish subsidiaries and branch companies.

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