Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Boeing Confident That F-15 Silent Eagle Will Win $7 billion South Korean Contract

Boeing Co. (BA), maker of the F-18 and F-15 fighter jets, said it’s “very confident” of winning a $7 billion South Korean order for combat planes as it boosts focus on Asia amid shrinking military spending at home. “If you look at the budget situation in Europe and the U.S., we have to make some grounds somewhere,”
Joe Song, director, Asia Pacific International Business Development of Boeing defense, said in an interview in Singapore yesterday. “The focus is Asia and the Middle East right now.” Boeing, based in Chicago, is pitching its F-15 Silent Eagle for the South Korean contract for 60 fighters planes


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