China Southern Air Says Chairman Si Xian Min Resigned Amid Probe

  • Si was under investigation for 'serious' discipline violations
  • Airline says vice chairman to take over chairman's duties

China Southern Airlines Co. Chairman Si Xian Min resigned as chief of Asia’s largest carrier, two months after the Communist Party said he’s under investigation for "serious" discipline violations, a phrase used often to refer to corruption or bribery.

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