Airbus is stepping up its efforts to become a major player in the Chinese aerospace sector with the opening of its final assembly line for the A319 and A320 in Tianjin. Late last month, the Airbus executive committee held its first official meeting in China, signalling to China’s political and industry establishment how seriously Airbus takes its relationship with the emerging aerospace giant. CEO Thomas Enders says he also wanted his colleagues in Airbus’s top management who travel less ...


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