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US-China relations: Beijing’s plan for aviation supremacy faces bumpy ride as American export controls show no signs of easing

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s plan to become a powerhouse in civil aircraft manufacturing could be derailed by US export controls on aviation products, as tension between Beijing and Washington shows no sign of easing despite a new administration in Washington. A trade war between the world’s two biggest economies has morphed into a battle for tech supremacy that has spilled over into the aviation sector in the past two years.Amid fears that US global competitiveness could be compromised and critical technology…

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China’s plan to become a powerhouse in civil aircraft manufacturing could be derailed by US export controls on aviation products, as tension between Beijing and Washington shows no sign of easing despite a new administration in Washington. A trade war between the world’s two biggest economies has morphed into a battle for tech supremacy that has spilled over into the aviation sector in the past two years.Amid fears that US global competitiveness could be compromised and critical technology…

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