Qantas has struck a deal to spin off its catering division, as prospective purchaser Dnata looks to grow its presence in the Australian market and globally. The deal means about 1,200 employees of the Qantas catering businesses will be transferred to Dnata. The value of the transaction is not being disclosed, and the agreement is subject to approval from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Dubai-based Dnata is part of the Emirates Group, which has a strategic partnership ...

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