Technology Strategy To Bolster U.K. Industry’s Supplier Role

Credit: Airbus
To some, the U.K. aerospace industry has been “reduced” to being a maker of parts, no longer a producer of complete commercial aircraft. That stature belongs to France and Germany, along with the U.S., Brazil, Canada and others. But the U.K. industry turned over £25 billion ($40 billion) in 2013 and...

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