KUALA LUMPUR — Multinational management has emerged as a major risk in a Sino-Russian program to build a competitor to the Boeing 787-10 and Airbus A330-900. A further worry is the risk that, at some unpredictable time in the future, Russia’s relations with the West will result in sanctions on the program, say industry sources familiar with its progress.  The airliner, for now dubbed the Long-Range Wide-Body Commercial Aircraft (Lrwbca), will need advanced systems from ...

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