Bombardier is making big investments in China, both in rail — it's teaming with in-country manufacturers to develop a 280 kph train — and aviation, since Avic is supplying fuselages for both the Q400 turboprop and new CSeries airliner. However, company President and CEO Pierre Beaudoin said that the Canadian manufacturer will not be partnering with Chinese entities to build or develop a business jet there. “We have no intention of doing that,” Beaudoin told reporters at a Feb. 16 Wings Club ...
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