The new European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company office in Washington, DC, will handle strategy and provide direction for the multinational company's subsidiaries in the United States in a drive to achieve rapid growth. "We have a rather large presence in the U.S.," Chief Executive Officer Philippe Camus said April 17 in announcing the opening of the office. Currently, EADS has more than a dozen subsidiaries in the U.S. employing more than 1,500 people, and pumps at least $4 ...


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