None of four foreign manufacturers has yet dropped out of talks with Chinese fighter builder Avic Aviation Techniques (AAT) aimed at joint development and manufacture of business jets. It is unclear, however, whether all of the bidders are keen to participate in the whole program proposed by AAT—transfer of a current business jet production line to the company’s Chengdu works and joint development of a large new aircraft, with considerable technological transfer. One of the bidders, ...

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