Some European aerospace companies are shifting their focus and people to markets where there are more growth opportunities, notably the Asia-Pacific region. Saab recently established an Asia-Pacific regional headquarters in Bangkok headed by Dan-Åke Enstedt, who was previously president of Saab North America. “I was covering the U.S. and Canada. It is the same concept. What we did there, we are trying to do in Asia and the rest of the world,” Enstedt says. All Saab employees in Asia ...
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