An agreement to cooperate on energy conservation and emissions technology research deepens Boeing's ties with China's commercial aviation establishment. The accord was signed March 6 in Beijing with Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China (Comac), builders of the C919 and ARJ21. It extends a series of agreements the U.S. manufacturer already has in materials research, air traffic management, nanotechnology and biofuels (AW&ST April 25/May 2, 2011, p. 48). Boeing's strategy in China ...

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