Whether and where to build a new plant is one of the issues that Cessna, Avic and the Chengdu city government are negotiating as they work toward agreeing on assembly of the U.S. company’s Citation Sovereign business jet in China. The first Citation Sovereign delivery in China may not take place by year’s end, as originally planned, says a person involved in the complex talks, which also include the Civil Aviation Administration of China and the FAA. If negotiations go smoothly from ...

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