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China Southern Airlines

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-$1.64 (-3.91%) Today
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About

China Southern Airlines Co. Ltd. engages in the provision of domestic, international, and regional scheduled and unscheduled air transportation of passenger, cargo, mail and baggage, general aviation, and aircraft maintenance. Read More The company operates through the following segments: Airline Transportation Operations, and Other segments. The Airline Transportation Operations segment engages in the passenger and cargo and mail operations. The other segment includes hotel and tour operation, ground services, cargo handling and other miscellaneous services. The company was founded on March 25, 1995 and is headquartered in Guangzhou, China.

Employees
96,234
Headquarters
Guangzhou, Guangdong
Founded
1995
Market Cap
2.95B
Price-Earnings Ratio
18.16
Dividend Yield
1.32
Average Volume
52.34K
High Today
$41.06
Low Today
$40.25
Open Price
$41.05
Volume
5.47K
52 Week High
$57.27
52 Week Low
$25.45

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News

The Straits TimesMar 19

China considers excluding Boeing 737 Max jet from trade deal

BEIJING (BLOOMBERG) - China is looking at excluding Boeing Co's troubled 737 Max jet from a list of American exports it would buy as part of a trade deal with the US, people familiar with the matter said.

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ReutersMar 14

Q&A-Unpicking China's move to ground Boeing 737 MAX fleet

By Brenda Goh SHANGHAI, March 15 (Reuters) - China's aviation regulator gained global attention when it became the first to ground Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft following Sunday's deadly plane crash in Ethiopia.

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BloombergMar 13

Boeing Disaster Isolates FAA With China Leading Push Against 737 Max

LISTEN TO ARTICLE 3:32 SHARE THIS ARTICLE Share Tweet Post Email Photographer: AFP via Getty Images Photographer: AFP via Getty Images The second fatal crash of a Boeing Co. 737 Max aircraft in less than five months is creating a new hierarchy in aviation safety. Thrusting to the top: China. Three days after an Ethiopian Airlines jet crashed, killing all 157 people on board, country after country ignored assessments by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration that the plane is safe to fly. Canada agreed ...

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Earnings

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