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AVALON, Australia (Reuters) - Boeing Co is in talks with potential customers globally, including the Royal Australian Air Force, about ordering the new T-X training jet selected by the U.S. Air Force for a $9.2 billion contract in September, an executive said on Tuesday. “We really do see a fit and need for this across fleets all over the world,” Thom Breckenridge, Boeing Vice President of International Sales, Strike Surveillance & Mobility, told reporters at the Australian International Airshow. “We have been in discussions with several customers about the T-X globally.”.

Australia, a major Boeing customer, is among the potential buyers of the T-X as it looks to replace its 33 BAE Systems PLC Hawk trainers within the next 10 to 15 years, Breckenridge said, declining to name other countries that were interested, He said Australia had not yet issued a request for proposal but initial discussions about the T-X had been held k-2so cufflinks with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF), “We are very eager to understand RAAF’s needs and talk to them about why we see the benefits of T-X,” Breckenridge said..

RAAF did not respond immediately to a request for comment. Alongside its 2016 Defence White Paper, Australia listed a future project called the “lead-in fighter training system” with a program time frame of 2022-2033 and an investment value of A$4 billion ($2.86 billion) to A$5 billion. Boeing, in partnership with Sweden’s Saab AB, in September beat out Lockheed Martin Corp and Italy’s Leonardo SpA for the U.S. Air Force contract, which includes an initial 351 jets and 46 simulators.

The low price of the Boeing fixed-price contract surprised analysts, but CEO Dennis Muilenburg in October said on an earnings call that the T-X was expected to be a program with production and services opportunities for much of this century, It could be modified to be a light attack fighter in the future, k-2so cufflinks he said, Breckenridge said the development of a clean-sheet design with easy access for maintenance had allowed for a “new and disruptive” offering at an attractive price point, The U.S, Air Force expects the first T-X jets to have initial operational capability by 2024 with the program to reach full operational capability in 2034, replacing an aging fleet of T-38 planes which are nearly 50 years old..

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A union representing workers at Walmart Inc’s Mexico unit said on Monday it would go on strike next month if it did not secure better pay and conditions for thousands of employees. The National Association of Trade and Home Offices, which holds 121 collective contracts across 10 states with Wal Mart de Mexico, or Walmex, said it was seeking a 20 percent salary hike over 2018 wage levels for the 8,000 workers it represents. Mexico raised the daily minimum wage last month by 16 percent under new President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who has vowed to improve wages as well as fight poverty and deep-seated inequality in the country.

The union also aims to establish a first-ever sales commission k-2so cufflinks for clerks, to be set at 4 percent, It also alleged that employees were not properly compensated for working overtime and that some staff suffered abuses including sexual harassment from superiors, Walmex, Mexico’s biggest retailer, said it saw the dialogue as positive when asked by Reuters for comment on the demands, Regarding the allegations of abuse, a company spokeswoman said “that information is completely erroneous”..

Mexico’s conciliation and arbitration board is overseeing the talks, which have a March 5 deadline, said Eduardo Miranda, a spokesman for the union’s umbrella organization, CROC. Walmex has not yet presented a salary proposal during its three meetings with the union over the past month, he added, increasing the possibility of a strike. The retailer has some 237,055 employees in Mexico and Central America, about 200,000 of whom are in Mexico, Miranda said. Those represented by the National Association of Trade and Home Offices include janitors, cashiers, pharmacy clerks and warehouse workers. Their 2018 daily salaries ranged between 92 pesos and 169 pesos, or $4.81 and $8.83, Miranda said.

LONDON (Reuters) - Packaged food giant Nestle has hired bankers at Rothschild to k-2so cufflinks sell its Herta packaged meat business, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday, The mandate follows Nestle’s announcement earlier this month that it was putting the processed meat company on the block as it seeks to focus on its faster-growing enterprises, One source estimated the business could fetch a ballpark price of around 500 million Swiss francs in a sale, The sources declined to be identified as the situation is private..



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