Shanghai Airlines enters merger in poor form

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Shanghai Airlines enters merger negotiations with former fierce cross-town rival, China Eastern Airlines, in a fragile state. Having notched two consecutive annual losses in 2008 and 2009, the carrier’s 1Q2009 net profit fell 28.7%, but without government subsidies it would have made a quarterly loss.

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