Air China and Germany’s biggest airline, Lufthansa, are signing a joint venture contract on Tuesday in Beijing after more than two years of negotiations. The contract will let the two airlines share revenue on certain routes by selling tickets for each other’s flights. Analysts say such arrangements allow airlines to work together on routes and pricing while sidestepping foreign ownership rules that prevent them from merging.
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