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China joins Japan and the U.S. in approving the formerly grounded aircraft, although regulators remain unsure of what caused the batteries to overheat.
China’s civil aviation regulator on Thursday formally approved Boeing Co’s 787 Dreamliner for use in the country, clearing the way for Chinese airlines to start operating the aircraft, which has been plagued with problems.
The regulator made the announcement in a short statement on its website, without giving further details.
Investigators in the United States and Japan have yet to establish what caused the batteries to overheat.
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