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Son Of Concorde

Son Of Concorde
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Japan and France are to work together to develop a successor to the retired supersonic jet aircraft Concorde. Companies from the countries will split an investment of $1.84m (£1.01m) a...

Guy Brighton
  • 15 june 2005


Japan and France are to work together to develop a successor to the retired supersonic jet aircraft Concorde. Companies from the countries will split an investment of $1.84m (£1.01m) a year for research over the next three years, Japan’s trade ministry said.

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