BOEING VS. NORTHROP GRUMMAN
We track the competition between Boeing and Northrop over a $35 billion contract to provide airborne refueling tankers to the U.S. military. The contest has become heated, raising issues of U.S. domestic employment and globalization since Northrop has partnered in its bid with the European Aeronautic Defense and Space Co. (EADS), maker of the Airbus jets. After Boeing successfully protested the Air Force’s award of the contract to Northrop in early 2008, the contest was reopened.
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