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The China Edit – November 2020

The China Edit is a monthly curation of business news and reports which have a direct impact on the Chinese – and global – composites industry.

The China Edit – November 2020
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Fear, fakes and pledges as CRAIC CR929 inches forward
Fear, fakes and pledges as CRAIC CR929 inches forward On November 16, 2020, an article headlined “MAI transfers composite wing engineering technology to COMAC” appeared in Russian media. According to the text, specialists from Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI), together with their colleagues from Chinese COMAC, started cooperating on the methodology of modelling composite materials into aircraft structures.
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Why China’s latest jets are surpassing Russia’s top fighters
Why China’s latest jets are surpassing Russia’s top fightersThe Xi’an aircraft corporation further advanced composite technology by 3D-printing composite components and implementing new computer-assisted design techniques for its Y-20 “Chubby Girl” transport planes—techniques sure to make their way into future combat aircraft.
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China goes ahead with hydrogen-powered cars, defying Elon Musk’s warnings
China goes ahead with hydrogen-powered cars, defying Elon MuskIn a 15-year plan for new-energy vehicles released on Nov. 2, China’s State Council said the country will focus on building the fuel-cell supply chain and developing hydrogen-powered trucks and buses.  
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Swancor expects revenue to remain high this quarter
Swancor expects revenue to remain high this quarterSwancor chairman Robert Tsai (蔡朝陽) said that the company remains positive about its outlook for next year, forecasting that sales of its carbon-fiber composite materials would grow as much as 80 percent, and sales of its environmental protection and anti-corrosion materials would increase 10 to 20 percent.
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Goodbaby Taking Part in 2020 China Kids Expo
Goodbaby Taking Part in 2020 China Kids ExpoAs Gen Z’s preference for lightweight, high-quality and stylish strollers, Goodbaby recently launched FYN, which was just awarded 2020 G-Mark Good Design Best 100 and has caught an intense spotlight during CKE. FYN is ultralight – it uses carbon fiber for the stroller frame, weighing in at only 3.9kg.
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China-developed exoskeletons to support patrol, logistics tasks in high-altitude region
China-developed exoskeletons to support patrol, logistics tasks in high-altitude regionThanks to the usage of carbon fiber materials, the exoskeleton weighs only about 4 kilograms, and it is very durable despite possible rough usages in high-altitude, mountainous regions, the developer said, noting that to counter the extreme cold and wear-and-tear issues, the equipment does not contain any plastic.
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High-tech goods on full display in third CIIE
High-tech goods on full display in third CIIEFrom smart unmanned vaccination capsules and artificial meat to the first complete carbon fiber supercar and the safest electric wheeled excavator, the ongoing third China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai has become a fest for high-tech products, showcasing consumer options for an exciting future.
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