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PAL Holdings accepts resignation of directors
2012-04-23 01:15:00

MANILA, Apr 23 (GCTL) - The parent firm of Philippine Airlines (PAL) has accepted the resignation of its board of directors after San Miguel Corp. (SMC) acquired a significant stake in the country's flag carrier.

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Category : Asia Pacific News  

Tags : PAL Holdings Inc., San Miguel Corp. (SMC), Philippine Airlines (PAL),

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