China May Split Off Avic’s Engine Business
The last Western company to combine broad aero-engine and airframe businesses was Bristol, which the British government forced to split in the 1950s; the propulsion activities eventually were subsumed by Rolls-Royce. More than half a century later, the Chinese government is contemplating a similar...
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