You can tell when the top leadership of China is not satisfied with an economic sector. It fires off a public memo addressed to the provinces, certain major cities and central government departments. It lists its gripes, sets out its objectives and states what it wants done. Then it hopes they will listen. Such a memo, better called a policy guideline, has just emerged with the stamp of the state council, China's equivalent of the national cabinet. Its subject is aviation. “The ...

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