Aviation Week & Space Technology 28-03-2011
Hardly a month seems to go by without a new move by the Chinese aerospace industry to acquire critical know-how from Western competitors. The maneuvers have been increasing in number and perhaps in effectiveness—from encouraging, and later requiring, Western companies selling in China to work with Chinese partners, to Beijing's state enterprises simply buying foreign companies that had key technology. Now the country is dramatically stepping up its effort, with Avic's commercial engine company, ACAE, launching a large-scale recruitment campaign in Britain and the U.S. to back its development of a turbofan for the C919 narrowbody airliner.
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