Airbus inked an agreement with a group of Chinese industrial partners Friday to establish a joint venture in Harbin to produce composite material parts and components for A350 XWBs and A320s (ATWOnline, Nov. 27, 2007). The contract was signed in Madrid, where Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Spanish Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero were conducting talks. The Chinese partners are Harbin Aircraft Industry Group (50%), Hafei Aviation Industry (10%), Avichina Industry & Technology ...

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