LONDON — Spain is preparing to make cuts to several aircraft procurement programs as it aims to post more savings in the face of the European economic downturn. Several Spanish news outlets are reporting that the country’s ministry of defense is planning substantial cuts to the Eurofighter, Airbus Military A400M transport aircraft, Tiger attack helicopter and NH90 utility helicopter procurements in a bid to save €4 billion ($5.2 billion) on major weapons programs. Perhaps the most ...
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