(Repeats story published earlier on Monday, with no change to text)
* Bombardier, Gulfstream announce new Chinese jet sales
* Business jet trade show starts on Tuesday in Shanghai
* Number of second-hand Chinese jets sold outside China rising
By Allison Lampert, Jamie Freed and Brenda Goh
MONTREAL/SINGAPORE/SHANGHAI, April 15 (Reuters) – Gulfstream Aerospace and Bombardier are trotting out their longest-range business jets at an Asian air show this week, as they compete for orders from China’s growing elite, despite the country’s slowing economy.
The Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition, (ABACE) opens Tuesday in Shanghai under a cloud of economic uncertainty, amid slowing Chinese growth, the U.S.-China trade dispute, and Beijing’s crackdown on debt risks that has led funding to dry up in certain