Boeing displays its other sides

Chadwick, Philip
July 2001
Marketing Event;Jul/Aug2001, p26
Focuses on the participation of Boeing at the Paris Air Show in France in June 2001. Description of the exhibition stand for Boeing; Goal of Boeing for participating in the show; Objective of the air show; Partnership of Boeing with HBM for the show. INSET: Defence on display.


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