Raytheon's Storm In The Rain ForestGeoffrey Smith and Amy Borrus
It was the biggest defense conversion project in history: a $1.4 billion environmental surveillance system for Brazil's Amazon rain forest. Commerce Secretary Ronald H. Brown lobbied hard for the deal, and in May, the Clinton Administration hailed Raytheon Co.'s winning bid as the fruit of effective government advocacy.
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