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Jetstar Hong Kong under fire from SAR establishment paper

It has taken some time for a considered response  from the Hong Kong government to the Jetstar Hong Kong plan to appear in its well connected and long established English language daily the South China Morning Post but this editorial would not be welcome at Qantas. Jetstar Hong Kong should have no claim on home-ground [...]
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