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Liberalization in Southeast Asia: who is capturing the markets?

By Nathalie Lenoir and Isabelle Laplace

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International audienceIn ten countries of Southeast Asia (ASEAN), in a context of strong traffic growth and development of the airlines in the region, regulations are being changed in order to achieve a regulatory situation similar to that in Europe, both inside the region and on international routes to other countries. A multilateral agreement with China has already led to the development of international routes between China and ASEAN. In this paper, we study recent network and traffic development on international routes and the role of Chinese airlines in the development of the markets. We then focus deal on possible competition distortion between Chinese and ASEAN airlines

Topics: liberalization, air transport economics, competition, [QFIN.TR]Quantitative Finance [q-fin]/Trading and Market Microstructure [q-fin.TR]
Publisher: HAL CCSD
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:HAL:hal-01727424v1
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