The U.S. State Department says Raytheon will pay $4 million in civil penalties and another $4 million to make remedial self-improvements to resolve “hundreds” of civil violations of the Arms Export Control Act and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Defense trade control officials “determined that Raytheon's numerous violations demonstrated a recurring, corporate-wide weakness in maintaining effective ITAR controls.” Raytheon owned up to the violations, even alerting officials ...

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