Beijing - Boeing announced that it has signed an agreement for 300 single-aisle and wide-body orders with China, valued at more than $ 37 billion at list price.

The agreement was signed by Boeing Commercial Aircraft President Kevin McAllister in the presence of Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump, as part of the Trump's visit to China.

The agreement was announced on November 9, 2017, and signed by the American aircraft manufacturer and the China Aviation Supplies Holding Company (CASC), which acquires the aircraft on behalf of Chinese airlines. As usual in this type of announcement, no details were disclosed on the type or distribution of the new devices, nor to whom exactly they were intended.

The agreement was signed by Boeing Commercial Aircraft President Kevin McAllister in the presence of Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump, as part of the Trump's visit to China.

"China is an important customer and a key partner, and we are proud that Boeing's aircraft will be part of the growth of Civil Aviation in China for years to come," said Kevin McAllister in a statement, President, and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Boeing and China have a long tradition of collaboration based on mutual respect, and these orders are based on this foundation," he added.

Boeing says it will continue to work with China on mutually beneficial ways to develop and support the aviation market in China. These efforts include industrial cooperation, the development of technologies to reduce the environmental impact of aviation and sustainability, and further cooperation to support the safety, efficiency, and capacity of the Chinese air transport system.