ST. LOUIS — As the U.S. slashes military spending and eyes even greater cuts, Boeing is starting to set its sights on overseas markets — and the company likes what it sees there. International sales, says Christopher Chadwick, Boeing Military Aircraft president, will be a major part of the company’s success in coming years. “One of the key elements is: How do we go more global?” Chadwick said during a recent briefing with reporters. “There is pent-up demand in the international ...

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