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Boeing Has Signed Several Defense and Commercial Deals With Saudi Arabia

May 21, 2017

Boeing (ba) said on Sunday it had signed several defense and co mmercial deals with Saudi Arabia including for the sale of military and passenger aircraft during a visit by U.S. President Donald Trump to the kingdom.

The announcement is the latest in tens of billions of dollars in deals signed between U.S. and Saudi firms since Trump arrived in Riyadh on Saturday.

Boeing said Saudi Arabia has agreed to buy Chinook heli co pters, associated support services and guided weapons systems, and intends to purchase P-8 surveillance aircraft.

The total value of the deals or how many aircraft Saudi Arabia intends to buy was not given in the statement announcing the agreements.

A Boeing spokesman declined to co mment beyond the statement. The U.S State Department announced in December plans to sell Saudi Arabia CH-47F Chinook cargo heli co pters and related equipment, training and support worth $3.51 billion.

Saudi Arabia is seeking closer defense and co mmercial ties with the United States under Trump, as it seeks to develop its e co nomy beyond oil and leads a co alition that is fighting a war in Yemen.

“These announcements reaffirm our co mmitment to the e co nomic growth, prosperity and national security of both Saudi Arabia and the United States, helping to create or sustain thousands of jobs in our two co untries,” said Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg.

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Boeing also said it would negotiate the sale of up to 16 widebody airplanes to Saudi Gulf Airlines which is based in the co untry's east in Dammam.

Boeing did not say which aircraft it was negotiating to sell to the privately-owned co mmercial airline. Saudi Gulf, which started operations last year, co uld not immediately be reached for co mment.

Boeing will also establish a joint venture with Saudi Arabia to provide "sustainment services for a wide range of military platforms," the statement said, whilst a separate joint venture would "provide support for both military and co mmercial heli co pters."

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