Chairman of China’s biggest airline ‘investigated’


SHANGHAI: Authorities are investigating the chairman of China Southern Airlines, the country’s biggest carrier, for “severe violations of discipline,” according to an official statement, using a phrase that typically refers to corruption. The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Communist Party’s corruption watchdog, gave no details of the case involving Si Xianmin in a brief statement posted on its website late Wednesday. Si was also president and deputy Communist party chief of the state-owned airline’s parent company.



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