If China needs it, China wants to make it. That rule applies to nuclear power plants, high-speed trains, aero-engines, commercial aircraft and just about any other product. Now the rule applies to business jets, too. As heavy Chinese demand for such aircraft becomes ever more likely, the country’s fighter builder, Avic Aviation Techniques (AAT), is aiming at catapulting itself into the industry by building two bizjets with a foreign partner—one to a current design and one newly ...
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