Security tech firms may benefit from foiled plot

Friday, 11 August 2006, 12:57 AM EST

Makers of security equipment are the most likely to benefit from the heightened alert at airports after British police foiled a plot to blow up planes flying between Britain and the United States.

Authorities said the planned attack appeared to involve liquid chemical threats, prompting U.S. officials to ban passengers from carrying on beverages, shampoo and other common items.

At Reuters.

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