The civil aircraft projects of China and Japan will be heavily supported by Western first-tier suppliers who can offer much of the integration expertise that the upstart manufacturers lack. While this lack of experience in bringing together a whole aircraft is often seen as a key obstacle for companies such as Mitsubishi Aircraft, Comac and the ambitious subsidiaries of the Avic group, to a large extent they can simply contract such Western manufacturers as Goodrich and Honeywell to take ...

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