China's aerospace strategy squanders great promise
As a prospective new entrant to the aviation industry, it's hard to be better positioned than China. The country offers the second biggest national market in the world, one that is growing ever larger and more important and benefits from plenty of engineering talent. It's difficult to believe China will not eventually have some kind of large aerospace industry as long as it stays a national priority. The latest delays to the Comac C919 single-aisle jetliner, along with rumors that the ...
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