Go west

Armbruster, William
November 2003
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);11/3/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 44, p26
Presents an update on the U.S.-China aviation negotiations as of November 2003. Reasons for the decision of U.S. companies to move to China; Features of the interior cities to be accessed by the U.S. carriers; Remarks from Christopher McNally, an economist and China specialist at the Honolulu-based East-West center on foreign carriers; Total airborne exports to the U.S. and imports from the U.S. of China for the January-August 2003 period; Opinion of Don Brasher, president of Global Trade Information Services, on China.


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