Going it alone in civil aircraft systems would have been too hard for military-focused Avic
While a host of Western manufacturers see their new joint companies with Avic as a way into China, Avic views the endeavors as a way to the world. Like its U.S. and European aerospace partners, Avic believes there is money to be made by making onboard aircraft systems in China. And whereas the foreigners could not do business in the country without cooperating with the state manufacturer, Avic has judged that it just could not go it alone in trying to crack the global aircraft systems ...
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