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December 28, 2013 12:08 PM

Rule changes in China open doors of opportunity for general aviation

Ferraris and Rolls-Royces have become common sights in China's cities as a new class of super-rich indulge a growing appetite for luxury, but tight regulation has meant the private jet, the ultimate status symbol of the global elite, remains rare.

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