China’s civil aviation administration has suspended staff at Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. who took part in the protests from duty on flights to the mainland, takes effect on Saturday, according to a statement Friday evening.
The move marks an escalation in the approach Chinese authorities deal with companies that support the protests, which sends the strongest warning so far from Beijing for Hong Kong businesses and their workers to stay out of protests.
The authority also orders the airline . . .
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