China's engines to occupy one tenth of world's aviation market (People's Daily)

China's engines will occupy one tenth of the world's aviation market in next 20 years, with the market value to be worth 34 billion US dollars, thanks to Chin's high demand for new aircraft, said Steve Miller, a senior official of Rolls Royce company, on Sunday.


Posted September 25, 2005

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