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Boeing Bags A New ‘$3.4 Billion’ Deal From The U.S. Government


03/17/2017


As per the recently signed contract of Boeing and the U.S., the former will be supply the latest helicopter model of Apache.



The Company of Boeing has reveal that there has been another contract worth “$3.4 billion” between the company and the U.S. government, whereby the latter along with “an international customer” will be purchasing the “Apache 'E' variant”, the latest “attack helicopter” of Apache.
 
While Reuters also reported that:
“The Army will get 244 re-manufactured Apaches while the international customer will receive 24 new ones, the company said in a statement. bit.ly/2nfcHe6”.
 
However, Boeing did not provide any name to reveal the “international customer” yet.
 
 
 
References:
http://www.reuters.com







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