EADS units Astrium and Eurocopter have struck two strategic agreements with Kazakhstan that will give them an industrial and engineering footprint in the big Central Asian country while allowing the Kazakhs to develop an indigenous aerospace capability. The agreements, part of a broad cooperation accord concluded by the two countries last year, were signed Oct. 26 during an official visit by President Nursultan Nazarbayev to Paris. Astrium agreed to supply and install mechanical ...
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