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CITICPACIFIC-CITICGROUP/
RTR3LHG2 
April 16, 2014 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming is seen next to the company's logo during a news conference in... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang is seen next to the company's logo during a news conference in Hong Kong... 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming is seen next to the company's logo during a news conference in Hong Kong April 16, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific has agreed to buy the main operating unit of its parent, state-backed CITIC Group, for 226.93 billion yuan ($36.5 billion) in a stock and cash deal. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: HEADSHOT BUSINESS LOGO) 
CITICPACIFIC-CITICGROUP/
RTR3LHEU 
April 16, 2014 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming sits in front of a backdrop showing photographs of the company's... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang sits during a news conference in Hong Kong 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming sits in front of a backdrop showing photographs of the company's projects during a news conference in Hong Kong April 16, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific has agreed to buy the main operating unit of its parent, state-backed CITIC Group, for 226.93 billion yuan ($36.5 billion) in a stock and cash deal. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: HEADSHOT BUSINESS) 
CITICPACIFIC-CITICGROUP/
RTR3LHEH 
April 16, 2014 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming is seen in front of the company's logo during a news conference... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang is seen in front of the company's logo during a news conference in Hong... 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming is seen in front of the company's logo during a news conference in Hong Kong April 16, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific has agreed to buy the main operating unit of its parent, state-backed CITIC Group, for 226.93 billion yuan ($36.5 billion) in a stock and cash deal. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO HEADSHOT) 
CITICPACIFIC-CITICGROUP/
RTR3LHD3 
April 16, 2014 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming speaks in front of the company's logo during a news conference... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang speaks in front of the company's logo during a news conference in Hong Kong... 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Chang Zhenming speaks in front of the company's logo during a news conference in Hong Kong April 16, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific has agreed to buy the main operating unit of its parent, state-backed CITIC Group, for 226.93 billion yuan ($36.5 billion) in a stock and cash deal. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO HEADSHOT) 
CITIC-PACIFIC-STOCKS/
RTR3IRZQ 
March 27, 2014 
A worker cleans outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong March... 
Hong Kong, China 
Worker cleans outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong 
A worker cleans outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong March 27, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific Ltd plans to sell about $4 billion of shares to restore its public float after absorbing assets from state-owned parent CITIC Group Corp, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CITIC-PACIFIC-STOCKS/
RTR3IRXT 
March 27, 2014 
A man walks on a footbridge outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd, in... 
Hong Kong, China 
A man walks on a footbridge outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd, in... 
A man walks on a footbridge outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd, in Hong Kong March 27, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific Ltd plans to sell about $4 billion of shares to restore its public float after absorbing assets from state-owned parent CITIC Group Corp, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CITIC-PACIFIC-STOCKS/
RTR3IRXH 
March 27, 2014 
Workers clean outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong March... 
Hong Kong, China 
Workers clean outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong 
Workers clean outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong March 27, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific Ltd plans to sell about $4 billion of shares to restore its public float after absorbing assets from state-owned parent CITIC Group Corp, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CITIC-PACIFIC-STOCKS/
RTR3IRWJ 
March 27, 2014 
A Hong Kong flag (R) flutters outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in... 
Hong Kong, China 
A Hong Kong flag flutters outside CITIC Tower in Hong Kong 
A Hong Kong flag (R) flutters outside CITIC Tower, the corporate headquarters of CITIC Pacific Ltd in Hong Kong March 27, 2014. China's CITIC Pacific Ltd plans to sell about $4 billion of shares to restore its public float after absorbing assets from state-owned parent CITIC Group Corp, Bloomberg reported, citing people with knowledge of the matter. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR377LP 
August 28, 2012 
Australian and Chinese flags are raised at the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial... 
Karratha, Australia 
Australian and Chinese flags are raised at the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial... 
Australian and Chinese flags are raised at the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in Karratha, Western Australia, August 20, 2012. Palmer, a law school dropout, has based much of his fortune on selling minerals to China. Now backed by his faith in the fast-growing Asian economy, he wants a Chinese shipyard to build his dream project -- a replica almost down to the tee of the Titanic. Picture taken August 20, 2012. To match story AUSTRALIA-PALMER/ REUTERS/Jim Reagan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR377LN 
August 28, 2012 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer,... 
Karratha, Australia 
Aerial view of Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in... 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in Karratha, Western Australia, August 20, 2012. Palmer, a law school dropout, has based much of his fortune on selling minerals to China. Now backed by his faith in the fast-growing Asian economy, he wants a Chinese shipyard to build his dream project -- a replica almost down to the tee of the Titanic. Picture taken August 20, 2012. To match story AUSTRALIA-PALMER/ REUTERS/Jim Reagan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR377LM 
August 28, 2012 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer,... 
Karratha, Australia 
Aerial view of Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in... 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in Karratha, Western Australia, August 20, 2012. Palmer, a law school dropout, has based much of his fortune on selling minerals to China. Now backed by his faith in the fast-growing Asian economy, he wants a Chinese shipyard to build his dream project -- a replica almost down to the tee of the Titanic. Picture taken August 20, 2012. To match story AUSTRALIA-PALMER/ REUTERS/Jim Reagan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR377LK 
August 28, 2012 
A truck drives through the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive... 
Karratha, Australia 
A truck drives through the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive... 
A truck drives through the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in Karratha, Western Australia, August 20, 2012. Palmer, a law school dropout, has based much of his fortune on selling minerals to China. Now backed by his faith in the fast-growing Asian economy, he wants a Chinese shipyard to build his dream project -- a replica almost down to the tee of the Titanic. Picture taken August 20, 2012. To match story AUSTRALIA-PALMER/ REUTERS/Jim Reagan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR377LJ 
August 28, 2012 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer,... 
Karratha, Australia 
Aerial view of Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in... 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in Karratha, Western Australia, August 20, 2012. Palmer, a law school dropout, has based much of his fortune on selling minerals to China. Now backed by his faith in the fast-growing Asian economy, he wants a Chinese shipyard to build his dream project -- a replica almost down to the tee of the Titanic. Picture taken August 20, 2012. To match story AUSTRALIA-PALMER/ REUTERS/Jim Reagan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR377LE 
August 28, 2012 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine workers camp, controlled by controversial billionaire... 
Karratha, Australia 
Aerial view of Citic Pacific iron ore mine workers camp, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive... 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine workers camp, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in Karratha, Western Australia, August 20, 2012. Palmer, a law school dropout, has based much of his fortune on selling minerals to China. Now backed by his faith in the fast-growing Asian economy, he wants a Chinese shipyard to build his dream project -- a replica almost down to the tee of the Titanic. Picture taken August 20, 2012. To match story AUSTRALIA-PALMER/ REUTERS/Jim Reagan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
AUSTRALIA-PALMER/
RTR377L3 
August 28, 2012 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine workers camp, controlled by controversial billionaire... 
Karratha, Australia 
Aerial view of Citic Pacific iron ore mine workers camp, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive... 
Aerial view of the Citic Pacific iron ore mine workers camp, controlled by controversial billionaire Clive Palmer, in Karratha, Western Australia, August 20, 2012. Palmer, a law school dropout, has based much of his fortune on selling minerals to China. Now backed by his faith in the fast-growing Asian economy, he wants a Chinese shipyard to build his dream project -- a replica almost down to the tee of the Titanic. Picture taken August 20, 2012. To match story AUSTRALIA-PALMER/ REUTERS/Jim Reagan (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES) 
CHINA/
RTR2MNWU 
May 20, 2011 
A man walks in Lujiazui, a financial district in Pudong, Shanghai May 20, 2011. Under construction in... 
Shanghai, China 
A man walks in Lujiazui financial district in Pudong 
A man walks in Lujiazui, a financial district in Pudong, Shanghai May 20, 2011. Under construction in the background is the Shanghai CITIC Pacific HQ & Mandarin Oriental hotel development. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL CONSTRUCTION) 
CITICPACIFIC/CIC
RTR2747I 
August 26, 2009 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong... 
Hong Kong, China 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong... 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong August 26, 2009. CITIC Pacific said on Wednesday that China's sovereign wealth fund, China Investment Corp, has bought a 40 percent stake in its private equity fund management unit, CITIC Capital. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA POLITICS BUSINESS) 
CITICPACIFIC/CIC
RTR2747H 
August 26, 2009 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong... 
Hong Kong, China 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong... 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong August 26, 2009. CITIC Pacific said on Wednesday that China's sovereign wealth fund, China Investment Corp, has bought a 40 percent stake in its private equity fund management unit, CITIC Capital. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA POLITICS BUSINESS) 
CITICPACIFIC/CIC
RTR2747C 
August 26, 2009 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong... 
Hong Kong, China 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong... 
Chang Zhenming, Chairman and Managing Director of Citic Pacific, attends a news conference in Hong Kong August 26, 2009.
CITIC Pacific said on Wednesday that China's sovereign wealth fund, China Investment Corp, has bought a 40 percent stake in its private equity fund management unit, CITIC Capital. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA POLITICS BUSINESS) 
CATHAY-CITIC-AIRCHINA/
RTR26T2E 
August 17, 2009 
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane takes off near other Cathay flights at the Hong Kong Airport... 
Hong Kong, China 
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane takes off near other Cathay flights at the Hong Kong Airport... 
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane takes off near other Cathay flights at the Hong Kong Airport August 17, 2009. Shares of Cathay Pacific were suspended on Monday, amid talk that one of its major shareholders, Citic Pacific, might sell its stake to another shareholder, Air China. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
CATHAY-CITIC-AIRCHINA
RTR26T27 
August 17, 2009 
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger aircraft (back) parks behind an Air China passenger aircraft at the... 
Hong Kong, China 
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger aircraft parks behind an Air China aircraft at the Hong Kong Airport... 
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger aircraft (back) parks behind an Air China passenger aircraft at the Hong Kong Airport August 17, 2009. Shares of Cathay Pacific were suspended on Monday, amid talk that one of its major shareholders, Citic Pacific, might sell its stake to another shareholder, Air China. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
CITICPACIFIC
RTXDRSO 
April 08, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Managing Director Henry Fan attends a news conference in Hong Kong in this file picture... 
Hong Kong, China 
File picture shows CITIC Pacific Managing Director Henry Fan attending a news conference in Hong Kong... 
CITIC Pacific Managing Director Henry Fan attends a news conference in Hong Kong in this file picture taken March 25, 2009. Beijing-backed CITIC Pacific, which posted a $1.9 billion foreign exchange loss in 2008, said on April 8, 2009, its Chairman and founder Larry Yung and Fan have resigned from the company. Citic Pacific said on April 3, 2009 that the Commercial Crime Bureau of the Hong Kong police had executed a search warrant requiring the company and its directors to provide certain information regarding past foreign exchange contracts. Picture taken March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/Files (CHINA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
CITICPACIFIC
RTXDRSJ 
April 08, 2009 
This combo picture shows CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (R) and Managing Director Henry Fan attending... 
Hong Kong, China 
Combo shows CITIC Pacific Chairman Yung and Managing Director Fan attending a news conference in Hong... 
This combo picture shows CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (R) and Managing Director Henry Fan attending a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Beijing-backed CITIC Pacific, which posted a $1.9 billion foreign exchange loss in 2008, said on April 8, 2009, that Yung and Fan have resigned from the company. Citic Pacific said on April 3, 2009 that the Commercial Crime Bureau of the Hong Kong police had executed a search warrant requiring the company and its directors to provide certain information regarding past foreign exchange contracts. Picture taken March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/Files (CHINA CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE HEADSHOT) 
CITICPACIFIC
RTXDRSD 
April 08, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong in this picture taken March... 
Hong Kong, China 
File picture shows CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attending a news conference in Hong Kong 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong in this picture taken March 25, 2009. Beijing-backed CITIC Pacific, which posted a $1.9 billion foreign exchange loss in 2008, said on April 8, 2009, its Chairman and founder Yung has resigned from the company. Chinese conglomerate Citic Pacific said on April 3, 2009 that the Commercial Crime Bureau of the Hong Kong police had executed a search warrant requiring the company and its directors to provide certain information regarding past foreign exchange contracts. Picture taken March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/Files (CHINA CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE) 
CITICPACIFIC
RTXDRS5 
April 08, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong in this picture taken March... 
Hong Kong, China 
File picture shows CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attending a news conference in Hong Kong 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong in this picture taken March 25, 2009. Beijing-backed CITIC Pacific, which posted a $1.9 billion foreign exchange loss in 2008, said on April 8, 2009, its Chairman and founder Yung has resigned from the company. Chinese conglomerate Citic Pacific said on April 3, 2009 that the Commercial Crime Bureau of the Hong Kong police had executed a search warrant requiring the company and its directors to provide certain information regarding past foreign exchange contracts. Picture taken March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/Files (CHINA CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
HONGKONG
RTXD6D7 
March 25, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC Pacific extended losses to fall 8.6 percent on Wednesday after the steel-to-property conglomerate reported worse-than-expected yearly losses of $1.64 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
HONGKONG
RTXD6D6 
March 25, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (C) chats with Deputy Managing Director Peter Lee (L) beside Managing... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung chats with Deputy Managing Director Peter Lee beside Managing Director... 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (C) chats with Deputy Managing Director Peter Lee (L) beside Managing Director Henry Fan attend a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC Pacific extended losses to fall 8.6 percent on Wednesday after the steel-to-property conglomerate reported worse-than-expected yearly losses of $1.64 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS) 
HONGKONG
RTXD6D5 
March 25, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (L) and Managing Director Henry Fan attend a news conference in Hong... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung and Managing Director Henry Fan attend a news conference in Hong Kong... 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (L) and Managing Director Henry Fan attend a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC Pacific extended losses to fall 8.6 percent on Wednesday after the steel-to-property conglomerate reported worse-than-expected yearly losses of $1.64 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS) 
HONGKONG
RTXD6CY 
March 25, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (C) leaves after a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung leaves after a news conference in Hong Kong 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung (C) leaves after a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC Pacific extended losses to fall 8.6 percent on Wednesday after the steel-to-property conglomerate reported worse-than-expected yearly losses of $1.64 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS) 
HONGKONG
RTXD6CX 
March 25, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung speaks to reporters at the end of a news conference in Hong Kong March... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung speaks to reporters at the end of a news conference in Hong Kong 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung speaks to reporters at the end of a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC Pacific extended losses to fall 8.6 percent on Wednesday after the steel-to-property conglomerate reported worse-than-expected yearly losses of $1.64 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS) 
HONGKONG
RTXD6CW 
March 25, 2009 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC... 
Hong Kong, China 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong 
CITIC Pacific Chairman Larry Yung attends a news conference in Hong Kong March 25, 2009. Shares in CITIC Pacific extended losses to fall 8.6 percent on Wednesday after the steel-to-property conglomerate reported worse-than-expected yearly losses of $1.64 billion. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
MARKETS-HONG-KONG-STOCKS/
RTX9RBK 
October 21, 2008 
A general view shows the CITIC Pacific office building in Hong Kong October 21, 2008. Hong Kong shares... 
Hong Kong, China 
A general view shows the CITIC Pacific office building in Hong Kong 
A general view shows the CITIC Pacific office building in Hong Kong October 21, 2008. Hong Kong shares fell 2 percent on Tuesday, as Beijing-backed CITIC Pacific led blue-chip losers, losing more than half of its market value after it warned of foreign exchange trading losses. REUTERS/Woody Wu (CHINA) 
MARKETS-HONG-KONG-STOCKS/
RTX9RBG 
October 21, 2008 
Executives chat outside the CITIC Pacific office building in Hong Kong October 21, 2008. Hong Kong shares... 
Hong Kong, China 
Executives chat outside the CITIC Pacific office building in Hong Kong 
Executives chat outside the CITIC Pacific office building in Hong Kong October 21, 2008. Hong Kong shares fell 2 percent on Tuesday, as Beijing-backed CITIC Pacific led blue-chip losers, losing more than half of its market value after it warned of foreign exchange trading losses. REUTERS/Woody Wu (CHINA) 
AIRLINES CATHAY DRAGONAIR
RTR1E83Z 
June 09, 2006 
(L-R) Chairman of Air China Limited Li Jiaxiang, Chairman of Swire Pacific Limited Christopher Pratt... 
Hong Kong, China 
Li Jiaxiang, Christopher Pratt and Henry Fan smile during a news conference in Hong Kong 
(L-R) Chairman of Air China Limited Li Jiaxiang, Chairman of Swire Pacific Limited Christopher Pratt and Managing Director of CITIC Pacific Limited Henry Fan smile during a news conference in Hong Kong June 9, 2006. Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. said on Friday it would pay HK$8.22 billion ($1.05 billion) in cash and shares to take over rival Dragonair in a long-expected deal that expands its access to the fast-growing mainland Chinese market. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG) 
AIRLINES CATHAY DRAGONAIR
RTR1E83X 
June 09, 2006 
(L-R) Chairman of Air China Limited Li Jiaxiang, Chairman of Swire Pacific Limited Christopher Pratt,... 
Hong Kong, China 
Li,Christopher Pratt, Henry Fan, Kong Dong and Philip Chen attend a news conference in Hong Kong 
(L-R) Chairman of Air China Limited Li Jiaxiang, Chairman of Swire Pacific Limited Christopher Pratt, Managing Director of CITIC Pacific Limited Henry Fan, Chairman of China National Aviation Company Limited Kong Dong, and Chief Executive of Cathay Pacific Airways Limited Philip Chen attend a news conference in Hong Kong June 9, 2006. Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. said on Friday it would pay HK$8.22 billion ($1.05 billion) in cash and shares to take over rival Dragonair in a long-expected deal that expands its access to the fast-growing mainland Chinese market. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG) 
HONGKONG
RTR1E5YY 
June 07, 2006 
The logos of Cathay Pacific, Dragonair and Air China are shown in the board at Hong Kong International... 
Hong Kong, China 
The logos of Cathay Pacific, Dragonair and Air China are shown in the board at Hong Kong International... 
The logos of Cathay Pacific, Dragonair and Air China are shown in the board at Hong Kong International Airport June 7, 2006. Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. was negotiating on Wednesday towards a takeover of rival Dragonair in a deal said to be worth roughly US$1.3 billion that could be announced within 24 hours, sources familiar with the situation said.Shares in Cathay, Air China, CITIC Pacific, Swire Pacific and CNAC involved in the deal were suspended for a third day on Wednesday as the companies and their investment bankers hammered out a complicated transaction that also includes Beijing-run Air China Ltd. REUTERS/Paul Yeung (HONG KONG) 
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