Italy’s budget problems force military to consider program cuts
Italian participation in several high-profile multinational efforts risks being axed in the face of budgets cuts expected to extend over the coming three years. Although no formal list of programs under threat has yet been released, Italian military sources say these include Rome’s participation in the NATO Boeing C-17 procurement, as well as the long-running NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance project. The budgetary problems could compound the difficulties facing the tri-national ...
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