Germany's top aerospace research organization plans to focus only on those areas where it holds an edge over most of the international competition or can gain it, leaving fields where it is weak to competitors as it tries to make the most of a flat budget, according to the organization's chief. Walter Kroell, chairman of the executive board of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) told a Washington audience yesterday his agency's DM 1.5 billion annual budget isn't like to grow for the ...


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