Britain's aerospace sector faces further serious consequences as a result of the dramatic fall in the commercial aerospace market, the result of the Sept. 11 attacks, warns the Society of British Aerospace Companies. It cautions that some additional 23,000 jobs face the ax, on top of the 17,500 already chopped. While Britain's airframe and engine prime contractors BAE Systems, AgustaWestland and Rolls-Royce face leaner times, the impact of recent events threaten even more damaging job ...
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