David Cameron in Persian Gulf to boost British arms sales including Typhoon fighter aircraft 0511125
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Defense News - United Kingdom
|Monday, November 5, 2012, 07:08 PM|
|David Cameron in Persian Gulf to boost British arms sales including Typhoon fighter aircraft.|
British Prime Minister David Cameron is in the Persian Gulf seeking to mollify Arab leaders stung by recent British criticism and to boost arms sales, including possible deals for Typhoon jets built by Britain's BAE Systems worth $9.6 billion.
British Prime Minister David Cameron in the Persian Gulf to boost British arms sales.
BAE, Britain's leading defense company, is particularly keen to make a big score in the Persian Gulf, one of the United Kingdom's most strategic arms buyers, after the October collapse of a proposed to merge with European aerospace giant EADS.