Customers, commerce, and croissants: The Paris Air Show

Cultice, Curtice K.
July 1995
Business America;Jul95, Vol. 116 Issue 7, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on the holding of the 1995 Paris Air Show, the world's largest and most prestigious aerospace event. Flight demonstrations and displays from around the world; American fighter planes displayed and demonstrated; Support of the US Department of Commerce to US companies participating in the event. INSET: McLarty announces `Showcase Europe' aerospace program..


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