BEIJING, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Following is a summary of deals concluded between French firms and China during a state visit by French President Jacques Chirac on Thursday. EADS * Planemaker unit Airbus to sell China 150 A320-family aircraft worth $9.9 billion at average list prices (Reuters calculation) on top of a similar Chinese order for 150 jets in December 2005. * Delivery dates for the latest tranche not announced. * "The order is described as a General Terms of Agreement -- an ...
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