EADS and its Airbus commercial aircraft manufacturing subsidiary are not planning to compete against Boeing for the prestigious contract to supply three planes to transport future U.S. presidents, according to company officials. “EADS North America’s strategy for growth in the U.S. is based on bringing value to the U.S. warfighter; making industrial investments in the U.S. and insourcing high-technology defense and aerospace jobs,” says Guy Hicks, the company’s spokesman in Washington. ...

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