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Beijing and Airbus turn the page on commercial practices investigated by US Justice Department

A view of the 500th A320 passenger plane assembled at the Airbus plant in north China's Tianjin Municipality Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020, before the delivery celebration.
A view of the 500th A320 passenger plane assembled at the Airbus plant in north China's Tianjin Municipality Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020, before the delivery celebration. © Featurechina/MaxPPP
Airbus Group's $37bn contract for the supply of 292 A320 aircraft to China involved intense preliminary political negotiations. Both the group and the Chinese authorities wanted to put behind them the commercial practices targeted by the American DoJ. [...] (578 words)
Issue dated 19/07/2022 Reading time 3 minutes
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