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With Russian support, China broadcasts export ambitions at air show

Nov 09 2018

ZHUHAI, China China paraded industrial and military clout and sent deliberate signals to Western rivals that its aerospace and arms industries aim to catch them up on world markets, while playing down trade tensions at the nation's largest air show this week.

CORRECTED-With Russian support, China broadcasts export ambitions at air show

Nov 09 2018

* Strong focus on exportable weapons at China's main air show

British firms hitch onto China's aerospace boom as Brexit looms

Nov 09 2018

ZHUHAI, China/LONDON British electronics manufacturing company TT Electronics is hoping its first attendance at China's biggest air show with support from UK authorities will help it land a front-seat role in the production of the world's next wide-body jet.

RPT-Used private jets from China are landing with U.S. buyers

Nov 08 2018

MONTREAL/ZHUHAI, China, Nov 8 Chinese companies and individuals are selling more used private planes than in previous years as economic growth slows in China, and U.S. buyers are snapping up hard-to-find models, according to interviews with business jet analysts, dealers and consultants.

Used private jets from China are landing with U.S. buyers

Nov 08 2018

MONTREAL/ZHUHAI, China Chinese companies and individuals are selling more used private planes than in previous years as economic growth slows in China, and U.S. buyers are snapping up hard-to-find models, according to interviews with business jet analysts, dealers and consultants.

China seat supplier looks for way into stretched market

Nov 08 2018

ZHUHAI, China China is squeezing itself into a gap in the market for aircraft seats - a low-key effort compared with plans for a Sino-Russian jetliner or the military might paraded at this week's Airshow China, but one that may earn it a key role in global supply chains.

China won't sell jetliners to Iran: state aero executive

Nov 07 2018

ZHUHAI, China A Chinese state firm on Wednesday ruled out selling passenger planes to Iran to help the Islamic Republic revive fleet renewal plans, while a Russian executive suggested Moscow would be wary of putting its own programs at risk of U.S. retaliation.

Boeing, Airbus fret over trade war as China displays aviation ambitions

Nov 06 2018

ZHUHAI, China The world's two largest planemakers signaled on Tuesday that they were keen to see an end to a bruising trade war between Washington and Beijing, as China opened its largest airshow with a display that showcased its aviation ambitions. | Video

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