The European Commission is trying to accelerate the push to shed defense protectionism within its market, but industry is concerned the terms of the policy could have negative side effects. The EC also is moving to streamline other aspects of inter-European defense trade, including easing the licensing process, but the opening of defense trade is the legislative proposal’s centerpiece. Although the European Union has forced open government procurements, the defense and security area has ...

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