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July 11, 2012

Reason to hope, be wary

It’s one thing to know general aviation is a global business. It will be something else entirely to see Hawker Beechcraft sold to a Chinese company partly owned by the city of Beijing. But for all the uncertainty still ahead, it is reassuring that the Wichita-based planemaker now has a buyer willing to invest in its commercial product lines and guide it from bankruptcy to profitability.

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