Opinion: Why Japan’s Aerospace Strategy Needs A Rethink

For a country without an obvious aerospace champion or national airplane, Japan is one of the world’s most important supplier nations. It is the world’s eighth-largest producer, with 2017 revenues of $21 billion, according to Teal Group and Aerodynamic Advisory’s joint Global Aerospace Industry...

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