Europe’s MBDA aims to make significant headway this year in its plan to secure a beachhead in the U.S. missile business. The European missile maker has been seeking for some time to establish a U.S. presence as part of a strategy of boosting its export activities. It recently hired a new team of American defense specialists, headed by Jerry Agee, to revive the stalled effort. A near-term objective, CEO Antoine Bouvier told reporters in Paris March 22, will be to leverage its existing ...
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