LONDON — With its U.S. business in the throes of sequestration, Lockheed Martin is ramping up its efforts to increase its share of the international aerospace and defense market. As a result, the company is forming a new subsidiary, Lockheed Martin International (LMI), which will be charged with pushing the company’s products to the global market. Unveiling the new organization in London on July 1, Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson said LMI will help grow international sales from ...
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