BEIJING—China’s state propulsion company plans to develop an engine for the Craic CR929 Sino-Russian widebody airliner in part by scaling up the core of its CJ-1000 narrowbody engine.  The company evidently aims to do this alone, since it is working on research hardware for the big engine, the CJ-2000, despite the signing of a cooperation agreement with Russia last year. The CJ-1000 is being developed for the Comac C919. The propulsion company, Aero Engine Corp. of China ...

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