China: Will Airbus Follow the Milk Story?

Airbus SAS, starting its first aircraft assembly today outside Europe, said it may buy up to $1 billion of components from China by 2020, as the world’s most populous nation may need 3,000 planes in the next 20 years.

“We’re already in a steep first year to increase our sourcing” chief executive officer Tom Enders said in a television interview before opening its Tianjin A320 assembly.

“In two years, we’ll triple it, double it again in three, four or five years later.”

Let’s hope passengers won’t get allergy or sick because the components in the cabin…

Let’s hope components will be stronger with better quality than the usual “Made in China” products…

Hope is a free stuff…

Reality is another one…


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2 Responses

  1. yes, let’s be supportive and like the stepped-down Taiwanese government official said: “we can only pray it would not happen”
    that’s the government’s strategy

  2. Yeah… Did you read the last one about Siew? 🙂

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