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During the past 30 years after China begun Economic reform, the institute which in charge of managing Chinese Aviation industry was changed from a government department to a commercial company, while during premier ministerZhu Rongji's cabinet, the company was forced to spilt into two company, AVIC I & AVIC II, which intended to generate some competition between two companies to stimulate fast growth. But by review past decades, people found this was not make sense, so in order to give birth a company strong enough to compete with other major aviation giants such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, EADS and Russian giants, government decided to merge two independant company again into a single company named Aviation Industry Corporation of China.
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