Ratification of an open skies agreement between the US and EU would mean a significant increase in high-tech jobs on both sides of the Atlantic, according to a study released Friday. Kenneth Button and Jonathan Drexler of George Mason University's School of Public Policy presented their findings in Washington at a one-day seminar organized by United States Airports for Better International Air Service, a coalition of smaller international gateways. The GMU study concluded the number of ...

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