In April, Gulfstream said that they “currently have more than 335 aircraft in service in the Asia-Pacific region”, among which nearly 200 are in China. Photo: AP In April, Gulfstream said that they “currently have more than 335 aircraft in service in the Asia-Pacific region”, among which nearly 200 are in China. Photo: AP
In April, Gulfstream said that they “currently have more than 335 aircraft in service in the Asia-Pacific region”, among which nearly 200 are in China. Photo: AP

China economy

China’s sanctions threat against US firms after Taiwan arms deal casts shadow over Gulfstream’s ‘optimism’

  • Last week, despite opposition from Beijing, the United States approved a US$2.2 billion arms sale to Taiwan, which includes tanks, missiles and transporters
  • Lawyer Shi Wanlin says the deal violates the Three Joint Communiqués, agreements which US President Donald Trump has previously cast doubt over

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In April, Gulfstream said that they “currently have more than 335 aircraft in service in the Asia-Pacific region”, among which nearly 200 are in China. Photo: AP In April, Gulfstream said that they “currently have more than 335 aircraft in service in the Asia-Pacific region”, among which nearly 200 are in China. Photo: AP
In April, Gulfstream said that they “currently have more than 335 aircraft in service in the Asia-Pacific region”, among which nearly 200 are in China. Photo: AP
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