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October 6, 1989
The French government, in spite of strong U.S. protests, plans to trade Brazil sensitive rocket technology that could be used by American enemies to make ballistic missiles, according to government and industry officials in Washington. France has promised to give Brazil the technology of a liquid fuel motor called Viking, which powers the Ariane space launch vehicle, the officials said.
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October 6, 1989
The French government, in spite of strong U.S. protests, plans to trade Brazil sensitive rocket technology that could be used by American enemies to make ballistic missiles, according to government and industry officials in Washington. France has promised to give Brazil the technology of a liquid fuel motor called Viking, which powers the Ariane space launch vehicle, the officials said.
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BUSINESS
July 8, 1988 | WILLIAM R. LONG, Times Staff Writer
Brazil and China have agreed to jointly build and launch remote sensoring satellites to compete with the United States, France and the Soviet Union in gathering earth data. Brazilian authorities portrayed the agreement as the beginning of a new stage in relations between two developing regional powers, based on the idea that they can achieve major advances by teaming up on technology.
BUSINESS
July 8, 1988 | WILLIAM R. LONG, Times Staff Writer
Brazil and China have agreed to jointly build and launch remote sensoring satellites to compete with the United States, France and the Soviet Union in gathering earth data. Brazilian authorities portrayed the agreement as the beginning of a new stage in relations between two developing regional powers, based on the idea that they can achieve major advances by teaming up on technology.
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