Raytheon Says Global Sales Helping Offset U.S.
June 17 (Bloomberg) -- Thomas Culligan, chief executive officer of Raytheon International Inc., talks about cuts in defense spending in the U.S. and international sales at the world's biggest missile maker. He speaks with Bloomberg Television's Guy Johnson on the sidelines of the Paris Air Show. (Source: Bloomberg)
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