Crafting policy on exporting U.S. UAVs is tougher than it appears
The State Department is trying to draft new policy on foreign sales of UAVs, and the outcome could provide a long-sought boost to U.S. industry. But industry should not bank on it soon. Andrew Shapiro—who had been the longest-serving assistant secretary of state for political-military affairs until his departure last April—told the Cowen and Co. aerospace and defense investor conference this month that Washington is aware of the business potential. But several tough questions remain for ...
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