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January 30, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Boeing Co. would receive as much as $6.4 billion in the fiscal 2000 defense budget to boost production of its two biggest military aircraft programs and to start production of a new satellite-guided bomb, according to budget documents obtained by Bloomberg News. The documents also indicate the Navy plans to spend $6.6 billion next year on a massive, five-year plan to boost shipbuilding from six to nine vessels a year. One of the largest requests in the $268-billion defense budget is $3.
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January 22, 2000 | USHA LEE McFARLING, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
President Clinton outlined his request for a nearly $3-billion boost for science research in a crowded, invitation-only appearance Friday peppered with humorous asides about his lack of technical knowledge. The funds, he told a Caltech audience, would fuel the country's economic boom and help Americans lead better--and longer--lives. "Big ideas in science matter," Clinton said. "Once you make a big breakthrough, thousands and thousands of things start to happen."
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January 22, 2000 | USHA LEE McFARLING, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
President Clinton outlined his request for a nearly $3-billion boost for science research in a crowded, invitation-only appearance Friday peppered with humorous asides about his lack of technical knowledge. The funds, he told a Caltech audience, would fuel the country's economic boom and help Americans lead better--and longer--lives. "Big ideas in science matter," Clinton said. "Once you make a big breakthrough, thousands and thousands of things start to happen."
BUSINESS
January 30, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Boeing Co. would receive as much as $6.4 billion in the fiscal 2000 defense budget to boost production of its two biggest military aircraft programs and to start production of a new satellite-guided bomb, according to budget documents obtained by Bloomberg News. The documents also indicate the Navy plans to spend $6.6 billion next year on a massive, five-year plan to boost shipbuilding from six to nine vessels a year. One of the largest requests in the $268-billion defense budget is $3.
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