Boeing 737NG Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. The Chinese government on Wednesday formally approved orders for 200 Boeing aircraft, a mix of 737s and 777s, for delivery to Chinese airlines from 2011-2013, clearing commitments valued at $19 billion at list prices that the manufacturer has booked over the last several years. The announcement was part of a series of purchase agreements with US companies valued at $45 billion approved by Chinese officials Wednesday in Washington, where Chinese ...

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