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The New Cathay.

Old 26th Sep 2002, 12:23
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The New Cathay.

They are setting up a new company to bypass the blacklist. What will the union do about this?
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Old 26th Sep 2002, 13:30
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Really? Where did this information come from?
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Old 26th Sep 2002, 14:18
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Can't see why they'd give a toss about the "blacklist" anyway, doesn't seem to be hurting their recruiting efforts, only makes the AoA look toothless...
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Old 26th Sep 2002, 15:32
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I thought Dragonair was the "New Cathay"!
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Old 26th Sep 2002, 22:44
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I think the "blacklist" applies to CX and all it's subsidiaries.
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