British industry in particular—and the wider sector in general—will want to put its best foot forward at the Farnborough showcase, but it is also taking a stride into the unknown. Turmoil in the U.K. domestic economy, as well as the recently elected government’s warning of an age of austerity and cross-departmental budget cuts form a challenging backdrop for one of the world’s premier aerospace trade shows. On the European stage, economic strife also continues. Greece’s is the worst ...

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