U.K. leader to push Airbus' case for Pentagon contract

07/11/2008 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

The reopened battle for an £18 billion Pentagon refueling-tanker contract will involve British Prime Minister Gordon Brown invoking his country's special relationship with the U.S. Airbus, which won the contract before the tender was ruled flawed, has 11,000 British workers who would build wings for the midair refueling tankers.

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