Airbus, the Tianjin Free Trade Zone and Chinese manufacturer Avic are in “quite advanced negotiations” to extend an agreement covering Airbus’s final assembly line in Tianjin, says Airbus China Chief Operating Officer Rafael Gonzalez-Ripoll. According to Gonzalez-Ripoll, he is “pretty sure” that a deal can be signed over the next few weeks or couple of months, he told journalists on the sidelines of an Airbus event in Harbin. Airbus has been assembling A319s and A320s in Tianjin ...
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