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MBDA calls for greater Anglo-French co-operation

21st March 2012 - 13:13 GMT | by Andrew White in London, UK

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MBDA has called for 'mutual dependence' between the UK and France, warning that a lack of co-operation could see both countries losing out in the long term.

Announcing the company's results for 2011, CEO Antoine Bouvier explained how MBDA was pursuing a 'new model of relationship' with its customers in the face of current economic constraints.

'We have a new model of co-operation with different countries. We have to go for the next step and based on principles agreed by France and UK in November 2010, the next step is based on the two countries accepting a certain level of

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