Think of a successful aerospace company in Latin America and one immediately looks to Embraer. From humble beginnings, the Brazilian aerospace giant developed airliners and military aircraft indigenously to become a globally recognized brand. And there are others in Latin America who want to copy Embraer’s success in their own countries. “That is the dream of course . . . to be able to follow Embraer’s footsteps,” Gen. Flavio Enrique Ulloa Echeverry, the general ...

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