Talk:Subsidiaries of Royal Brunei Airlines

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Abacus[edit]

Abacus GDS is not a subsidiary of Royal Brunei. Royal Brunei is just the local distributor for Abacus GDS in Brunei. Being a local dealer does not make you owner of the company that makes the product. It's just like saying some local automobile dealership owns the car manufacturer. It was a very ill informed decision to close the Abacus GDS page. --Sahir 06:07, 5 March 2013 (UTC)