EADS and Israel's Tadiran Communications plan to link forces in a move that will enlarge EADS' product portfolio and give Tadiran a strong beachhead in Europe. Under an agreement concluded last week, EADS will sell the Israeli company a 75% share in Racoms, a wholly owned Ulm, Germany-based subsidiary specializing in HF radios, VHF power amplifiers and NATO-compliant modems and protocols with annual sales of 45 million euros ($54 million). The move is part of an effort to reorganize ...

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