Chinese airlines to arrest international market share decline

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China’s airlines have seen their market share of international

passengers to/from the country decline from 52.9% in 2002 to 45.5% last year.

Foreign rivals, which have rapidly increased capacity to China in response to

surging demand and a more liberal access framework, also enjoy a yield advantage

over Chinese carriers.

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