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April 8, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Dutch to Order U.S. Helicopters: The Netherlands said it will order 30 attack helicopters from McDonnell Douglas Corp., valued at about $900 million, rather than from a European rival. The plunge in the dollar's value against the guilder, which shadows the German mark on currency markets, allowed the Dutch to make big savings by choosing the U.S. firm.
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April 8, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Dutch to Order U.S. Helicopters: The Netherlands said it will order 30 attack helicopters from McDonnell Douglas Corp., valued at about $900 million, rather than from a European rival. The plunge in the dollar's value against the guilder, which shadows the German mark on currency markets, allowed the Dutch to make big savings by choosing the U.S. firm.
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January 21, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Northwest, KLM Outline New Partnership: Northwest Airlines and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced some of the ways they'll share services under a partnership that won federal approval on Jan. 11. Highlights include a common frequent-flier program and more flights on some routes. The Department of Transportation granted antitrust immunity to the carriers in approving a merger made possible by an "open skies" accord reached in September between the United States and the Netherlands.
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January 21, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Northwest, KLM Outline New Partnership: Northwest Airlines and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines announced some of the ways they'll share services under a partnership that won federal approval on Jan. 11. Highlights include a common frequent-flier program and more flights on some routes. The Department of Transportation granted antitrust immunity to the carriers in approving a merger made possible by an "open skies" accord reached in September between the United States and the Netherlands.
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March 17, 1989 | From Associated Press
Just five weeks after announcing a potential $7-billion, 150-plane purchase, American Airlines appeared to be on the verge Thursday of a $3.09-billion deal with Dutch manufacturer Fokker for up to 150 more planes. Analysts said the spending spree reflects American's financial strength and strategy for modernizing its fleet and expanding its routes. American announced Wednesday that it plans to spend $95 million to expand its corporate headquarters in Ft.
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September 1, 1990 | Reuters
The Dutch brewer Bavaria BV said Friday it received a very large order for alcohol-free beer for thirsty American troops in Saudi Arabia. It declined to say just how big the order was, but a spokesman said there might be problems meeting it because stocks are low after a long, hot summer in Europe. Saudi Arabia's Islamic law prohibits the consumption of alcohol. U.S.
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September 1, 1990 | Reuters
The Dutch brewer Bavaria BV said Friday it received a very large order for alcohol-free beer for thirsty American troops in Saudi Arabia. It declined to say just how big the order was, but a spokesman said there might be problems meeting it because stocks are low after a long, hot summer in Europe. Saudi Arabia's Islamic law prohibits the consumption of alcohol. U.S.
BUSINESS
March 17, 1989 | From Associated Press
Just five weeks after announcing a potential $7-billion, 150-plane purchase, American Airlines appeared to be on the verge Thursday of a $3.09-billion deal with Dutch manufacturer Fokker for up to 150 more planes. Analysts said the spending spree reflects American's financial strength and strategy for modernizing its fleet and expanding its routes. American announced Wednesday that it plans to spend $95 million to expand its corporate headquarters in Ft.
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