Rafale Exports To Help 2017 Net Sales, Dassault Says

Credit: Rafale: Dassault
SAINT-CLOUD, France—Dassault Aviation posted a decline in 2016 profits but said exports of the Rafale fighter aircraft should help its overall net sales rise in 2017. The company expects the business jet market to remain weak in 2017, with a gradual recovery likely to begin in 2018, its CEO says...

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