Boeing And Airbus Views Of China Far Apart

Three of the world's four leading aircraft manufacturers have decided that selling in China requires bricks and mortar. Airbus assembles A320s in Tianjin, Embraer builds ERJ 145s in Harbin, and Bombardier sources fuselages in Shenyang for its Q400 turboprop and expects to do the same for the CSeries...

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