Chinese Anti-Corruption Crackdown May End In 2017

BEIJING—The anti-corruption crackdown that has suppressed sales of business aircraft in China could end in 2017, according to one expert, though others see reasons for it to wind down sooner, or maybe later. The duration of the government’s campaign to catch bribe-taking officials and their business...

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