25 juillet 2023 | International, Autre défense

BAE Systems unveils $1.9 billion economic impact of ground vehicle and weapon systems network

Through operations at its 12 sites, BAE Systems’ ground vehicle, amphibious vehicle and weapon systems product lines contributed to local families and economies by providing more than 5,000 jobs and...

https://www.epicos.com/article/768974/bae-systems-unveils-19-billion-economic-impact-ground-vehicle-and-weapon-systems

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