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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has hit back against claims that China is increasing the debt burden of African countries.
The European planemaker has beaten Boeing in the 2017 order race after it logged huge December numbers.
Airbus has admitted that unless it can find more buyers for its A380 superjumbo, the program may have to end.
Richard Aboulafia of Teal Group Corporation says the Airbus A380 may be on its way out, but its A320neo family is doing well.
Michelle Krebs of Auto Trader says that VW is working to gain back trust as it leads with the Jetta at the Detroit auto show.
Stephanie Brinley of IHS Markit says the annual Detroit auto show is focused on the current market much more than electric vehicles.
Ford, GM and Fiat-Chrysler are all looking to pickup trucks in 2018, says Matt DeLorenzo at the Kelley Blue Book.
Tim Huxley of Mandarin Shipping says that bulk shipping would not be as affected as container shipping in a U.S.-China trade war.
An Indian-built PSLV rocket successfully deployed 31 satellites from seven countries into orbit Friday.
Wes Edens, Fortress Investment Group co-founder and co-chair, speaks about the country's first private intercity passenger railroad in Florida and his outlook for other transportation infrastructure development.
Starting Jan. 11, air traffic controllers will communicate with Virgin America planes under the call sign "Alaska."
Delta Air Lines expects a strong global economy and corporate travel to help it boost revenue this year.
Delta's fourth-quarter profit tops Wall Street's expectations.
Malaysia took up an offer by U.S. exploration firm Ocean Infinity to look for the Boeing 777 plane, newspaper The Star reported.
U.S. airlines' earnings are expected to fall for a third consecutive year as airlines face higher fuel and labor costs.
The planemaker said the unmanned electric air vehicle will be used to test its autonomous technology.
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