Chinese firms are showing interest in even the lightest end of the industry, with a delegation holding a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony last week at a pavilion along the flightline at EAA’s Airventure in Oshkosh, Wis. Beyond the ceremony, their interest was shown in a more concrete manner with the acquisition of a kit builder and an investment to bring flight training into China (see articles inside). The reaction to a potential Chinese investment in Hawker Beechcraft remains mixed. Some ...
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