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Paris Air Show 2013: Boeing raises international sales target

13th June 2013 - 12:24 GMT | by Tony Skinner in St Louis

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Boeing has increased its non-US sales to more than a quarter of its business, as the company realigns itself to weather the current US defence budget cuts.

The company had set a target three years ago of bringing its international business up to around 25% of total revenue. Head of Boeing’s defence division, Dennis Muilenburg, revealed that in 2012 the company closed at 24% international revenue – up from 7% five years earlier.

‘And in the first quarter [of 2013] we were at about 28% so you can see that progress continuing,’ Muilenburg told a pre-Paris Air Show media

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