After years of marking time as Asia suffered through economic turmoil, U.S. and European aerospace industry representatives believe they now stand to cash in as several military modernization programs reach maturity. Sales opportunities for military hardware in the Asia-Pacific region so far appear unaffected by the global economic slowdown that was exacerbated by the Sept. 11 terror attacks in the U.S. Several competitions with near-term decisions are expected to remain on track, ...
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