How does a maker of military aircraft systems, with roots in a command economy, transform itself into a profit-oriented business that can win the trust of the world's airlines? With a little help from its friends. Avic Electromechanical Systems, part of the Avic conglomerate, aims to become part of the global civil aviation supply chain. But it has a serious problem in corporate culture, partly because of its defense heritage. Defense systems are designed for performance more ...

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