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China’s aviation in recession

China's economic growth eased more than market expectations in the second quarter, amid rising inflation, slowing exports and a strengthening currency. The slowing economy is yet another factor in a multi-faceted slowdown China’s airlines are experiencing this year, which carries significant implications for profitability this year, as we review in this Perspective.

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