China’s domestically developed Comac C919 taxis after landing at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport in May 2017. Photo: Bloomberg China’s domestically developed Comac C919 taxis after landing at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport in May 2017. Photo: Bloomberg
China’s domestically developed Comac C919 taxis after landing at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport in May 2017. Photo: Bloomberg

Roll-out of China’s home-grown passenger jet still up in the air as US tech restrictions expected to persist under Joe Biden

  • Concerns are growing over China’s access to key American-made components for the C919 passenger jet, due to a dependency on US exports
  • China’s answer to the Boeing-Airbus duopoly on passenger jets still has hurdles to overcome to meet its planned roll-out next year, and not all analysts think it will arrive on time

Topic |   China economy
China’s domestically developed Comac C919 taxis after landing at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport in May 2017. Photo: Bloomberg China’s domestically developed Comac C919 taxis after landing at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport in May 2017. Photo: Bloomberg
China’s domestically developed Comac C919 taxis after landing at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport in May 2017. Photo: Bloomberg
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