Company plans to invest more despite challenging international situation

In early November, Guillaume Faury, CEO of European aircraft manufacturer Airbus, spent a busy week in China. He attended the second China International Import Expo in Shanghai, and also President Xi Jinping’s meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Beijing, before spending more time with customers.

Despite a quite complex and challenging international situation and trade disputes, Faury said Airbus continues to see a strong demand in China, and will continue to invest in the country. By making bold commitments to Chinese industry and being an original equipment manufacturer with a strong presence in China, Airbus will continue to ramp up plane production at its final assembly line in Tianjin.

Airbus eyes bigger share in China market



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