Chinese Airlines Benefit as Oil Prices Fall to Six-Month LowKyunghee Park, Clement Tan and David Fickling
After many airlines were burned because of slumping fuel prices in 2008 and 2009, Chinese carriers stopped hedging their fuel purchases -- even when prices soared above $100 a barrel. Now they’re having the last laugh.
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