Northrop Grumman has decided to forego exhibiting at next year’s Farnborough air show in the U.K. The move comes as the company tries to control costs in light of anticipated defense spending cuts in the U.S., the company’s largest market. U.S. manufacturers have curtailed their show presence at Farnborough and its French counterpart event at Le Bourget in recent years, citing the high costs linked to attending those events. Boeing’s defense operation, for instance, limited the ...
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