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Raytheon expects jump in Patriot sales

Potential customers lining up amid a rise in global tensions

Raytheon also makes radar for the Patriot anti missile system. Raytheon also makes radar for the Patriot anti missile system. (Raytheon Co. via Associated Press/File 2002)
By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / January 18, 2007

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A week after President Bush said the United States will deploy Patriot anti missile systems to the Middle East as part of its efforts to stabilize the region, Raytheon Co. executives yesterday said they're expecting a spike in Patriot sales as world tensions escalate. (Full article: 651 words)

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