The pursuit of commercial and military programs worldwide has pitted U.S. and European aerospace and defense companies against each other for decades. But sharp declines in military equipment spending by NATO member nations—not to mention the emergence of new rivals seeking to develop indigenous aviation industries with exportable products—will force established players to take their sales campaigns to a whole new level. This crucible of competition marks the dawn of a new era for the ...

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