Goodrich sees potential to conduct research and development in China, while also watching for opportunities in new aircraft developments there, particularly for business aircraft and helicopters. The U.S. aircraft systems company also sees reasons to have more parts made in China. After securing a smaller role on the Comac C919 narrowbody airliner program than such rivals as Parker achieved, Goodrich is considering other ways of deepening its presence in China. The country offers ...
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