Top European aerospace executives are accusing the U.S. of waging economic warfare against them, and used last week's Paris Air Show as a platform to criticize U.S. companies' marketing tactics, the U.S. government's monetary policy, and Europe's own inability to join together to retaliate. Aerospatiale chief Louis Gallois took dead aim at Washington for failing to prop up the value of the dollar, the de facto currency of world aerospace transactions, against world currencies. ...

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