DUESSELSDORF, Germany, July 27 (Reuters) - Rheinmetall will equip the Airbus A400M military transport plane with cargo loading systems in a deal that will add 72 million euros to 2005 sales, the German defence firm said on Wednesday. Over the course of the contract, the deal with EADS unit Airbus could generate around 200 million euros ($241.3 million) in sales over 20-25 years, it added. Rheinmetall had provided the system only to civilian aircraft in the past. Seven NATO countries ...
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