Having been in China for more than 20 years, the US-headquartered company finds itself fitting well into the country’s national strategies, such as Made in China 2025 and supply-side structural reform, and is seeing more opportunities from them, according to Nick Lisi, executive vice-president and chief sales officer of SAS.

Go to Source
Author: chinadaily.com.cn
Date: 13th November 2017, 14:02

0

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines is pursuing more than 50 cost-cutting initiatives including reducing fuel burn and reviewing its relationship with key suppliers as part of a three-year plan to make the airline more competitive, a newsletter to staff shows.

Both Singapore Airlines and Hong Kong-based …

Go to Source
Author: Channelnewsasia.com SG
Date: 6th October 2017, 13:03

0