Reuters reports that China’s largest domestically produced aircraft, expected to challenge...
by zhou shuren | Oct 17, 2011
Due to the delays of the Boeing 787 “Dreamliner” Jets, China Eastern Airlines has substituted the 787 Dreamliners with 737s at a significantly reduced price. From The Wall Street Journal: China Eastern reached an...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 20, 2011
At least one major concrete business deal has come out of the Hu-Obama summit so far, as Boeing secured a $19 billion order from China: The orders were already in the Boeing /quotes/comstock/13*!ba/quotes/nls/ba (BA 71.46,...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 20, 2009
AP reports on China’s reaction to the conviction by U.S. court of a Boeing engineer on economic espionage charges last week: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a brief statement the charges against former Boeing Co....
by Xiao Qiang | Jul 16, 2009
From AP: A Chinese-born engineer was convicted Thursday of stealing trade secrets critical to the U.S. space program in the nation’s first economic espionage trial. A federal judge found former Boeing Co. engineer Dongfan...
by Sophie Beach | Feb 26, 2009
Gary Locke’s role in coordinating business deals during President Hu Jintao’s visit to Washington State may prove to be a stumbling block in his Senate confirmation hearing, Bloomberg reports: Before Hu arrived,...
by Paulina Hartono | Feb 11, 2008
In two separate cases, the U.S. Department of Justice recently charged four people with spying on behalf of China. One of the four, accused of passing on Boeing secrets to the PRC, is the focus of this article from Chicago...
by Sophia Cao | Sep 18, 2007
From China Daily: Boeing said on Tuesday that China will require 3,400 new airplanes worth about $340 billion over the next 20 years, raising its forecast for the Asian giant’s booming aviation arena. Previously, the plane maker had projected China would need 2,800 airplanes for the next two decades. “China domestic frequencies have increased more […]
by Zhao Ying | Jun 8, 2006
From New York Times: Airbus and the Chinese government said today that that Tianjin , a port near Beijing, will be the site of a new plant to assemble Airbus A320 narrow-body jetliners. Airbus cautioned that a final decision to go ahead with the project would not be made until the end of September. But […]
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