Is the U.S. derailing China’s commercial aircraft strategy? As Comac and United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) have been preparing to choose suppliers for their Craic CR929 widebody airliner, the industry has been expecting the usual Chinese rules: Participate in the program, make money, and hand over secrets. No technology transfer, no deal. The Trump administration is opposing the practice of trading know-how for the chance to make money in China But that is just how the Chinese commercial ...

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