Brazil’s Embraer plans to produce commercial aircraft in China

Brazilian aeronautical company Embraer plans to analyse the possibility of building a factory in China to manufacture jet aircraft for the commercial aviation segment, the company’s chief executive said. Chief Executive Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva said the board of directors intends to bring the E195-E2 to the market in 2019, before considering building a factory in China, which would be the first outside Brazil for the production of commercial aircraft. Macauhub reports. US-based UnitedHealth proposes buying Chile’s Banmedica Chilean healthcare company Banmedica said on Friday that it had signed a non-binding agreement to sell all its shares to U.S.-based UnitedHealth Group. The deal is estimated to reach $2.8 billion.  “If the transaction materializes, the price to be offered […]

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