China's Guangzhou Baiyun Airport 'overweight' - Morgan Stanley
GBIA's shares were down 0.32 pct at 12.58 yuan this morning in Shanghai.
In a research note, Morgan Stanley said that three years after the completion of the new Baiyun airport, GBIA is entering an interval in major capital expenditure that allows for steady traffic growth and margin improvement.
The company's new chief executive is also likely to take measures to cut mounting operating costs, which, along with a cut in tax rate to 25 pct from 33 pct, will improve GBIA's earning power, Morgan Stanley said.
It added that major downside risks include deterioration in cost control, slower-than-expected air traffic, rescission of the airport construction fee by China's aviation regulator, and imprudent capital expenditure.