Bombardier Inc. stands out among aircraft manufacturers for the degree to which it has integrated China into its global supply chain. The fuselage for the Canadian company’s Q400 turboprop is produced here, and Shenyang Aircraft Corp., a subsidiary of state-owned Avic, is building a plant that will manufacture fuselages for Bombardier’s new CSeries jet. You might think all of that sourcing would result in big sales, but so far it hasn’t. Bombardier has not sold a passenger aircraft in China ...
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