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Cessna plans to build business jets in China through joint ventureBusiness jet maker Cessna Aircraft Co. signed agreements Friday with Chinese partners to build business jets in China and explore other aviation opportunities. The Kansas-based company is joining with state-owned Aviation Industry Corp. of China and the municipal government of Chengdu in western China, where the three plan a joint venture to produce midsize Cessna business jets and possibly new models in the future. (www.washingtonpost.com) More...
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Just one more company outsourcing jobs to China.
I am employed by Cessna; got to say not one of the better pieces of news to come out of Wichita.
How many jobs are being relocated?
Well, I guess if I were in the market for a business jet, I wouldn't buy a Cessna!
anyone for toys from China, or milk or dog food, or batteries or medical equipment, or fish, or garlic, or drills or tools or fine china - we mocked the Japanese in the early 50s for making reproductions of our products but they at least improved or made products same as or similar - quality was almost always there - China on the other hand makes products using short cuts, using inferior raw materials, cheap labor and flooding all markets with CRAP - I don't buy anything made in China - goes against my religion
I strongly agree
whether you know it or not, you are buying things from China. Otherwise, you would be naked, phoneless,living in the dark, car-less, and hungry.