The US, which on Wednesday will formally commemorate the signing of its 100th open skies air services accord, is eyeing agreements with countries that have yet to sign such pacts, most notably China, Mexico, Russia and the Dominican Republic, according to a State Dept. official. Speaking to reporters on a conference call, Assistant Secretary of State-Economic, Energy and Business Affairs Jose Fernandez said the US is aiming for a new round of air services talks with China this summer. ...

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