Cathay Pacific’s Chairman, John Slosar is to retire amist Hong Kong protests controversy

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Cathay Pacific’s Chairman, John Slosar is to retire from Hong Kong’s flagship carrier, after 39 years.

It comes, weeks after the airline became embroiled in controversy, over its response to pro-democracy protests in the territory.

Two executives have quit over the affair so far, including former boss: Rupert Hogg.
The airline ran into trouble in early August, when Mr Hogg told staff that the airline would not stop them from joining the demonstrations sweeping Hong Kong.

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