U.S. Aerospace, the company fighting for admittance to the U.S. Air Force’s $35 billion KC-X competition after submitting an allegedly tardy proposal, is forging a strategic partnership agreement with one of the many arms of Aviation Industries of China (Avic). “Under the agreement, the company will provide Avic with potential projects on which the parties can jointly bid, or specifications for aircraft parts and components to be manufactured by Avic or the company or its customers,” ...

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