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Rockwell Collins Sets Up JV With AVIC LETRI In China - Quick Facts

Rockwell Collins (COL) said it established joint venture AVIC Leihua Rockwell Collins Avionics Co. with China Leihua Electronic Technology Research Institute, or LETRI, a unit of the Aviation Industry Corp. of China, or AVIC.

The joint venture will focus on bringing the latest surveillance products to the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China Ltd. C919 aircraft.

Once the agreement conditions have been satisfied and approval by the Peoples Republic of China examination and approval authorities is obtained, AVIC Leihua Rockwell Collins Avionics Co. will develop, manufacture and deliver integrated surveillance system products for the C919 program in China. By introducing Rockwell Collins' advanced avionics technology and international avionics technical services into China, the joint venture will boost the development and prosperity of the country's commercial aviation sector.

by RTT Staff Writer

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