UK: UP IN THE AIR AT BRITISH AEROSPACE.

UK: UP IN THE AIR AT BRITISH AEROSPACE. - BAe has been battling since birth on two fronts: internally with its financial flaws and managerial failings; externally with persistent predators. The next two years will decide its fate. Andrew Lorenz

BAe has been battling since birth on two fronts: internally with its financial flaws and managerial failings; externally with persistent predators. The next two years will decide its fate. Andrew Lorenz

For the best part of 17 years - almost from the moment it was created by the last Labour government's 1977 nationalisation of the UK's aircraft and shipbuilding industries - British Aerospace has been fighting a battle for survival.

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