The aerospace manufacturer has put an additional $33.5m into its Safran Corporate Ventures unit, four years after it was launched with more than $55m in capital.

France-based aerospace and defence equipment producer Safran has provided a further €30m ($33.5m) for its corporate venturing fund, taking its capital under management to approximately $89.1m, Les Echos has reported. Safran Corporate Ventures launched in 2015 with $55.6m of capital set to be invested in European and North American startups in the aerospace, defence and…

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