Malaysian Airline Systems’ (MAS) new CEO, Christoph Mueller, has said he will run the new state-owned Malaysian airline “like a startup,” and that there is “very little margin for error” in the cost reduction schedule he has mapped out for the crisis-hit flag carrier. The assets of the old MAS were bought by Malaysian sovereign wealth fund Khazanah last year for $1.6 billion. Mueller has indicated that up to 8,000 jobs could be cut from the staff list of ...

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