Weapons makerslook for coursethrough British funding austerity
Companies looking to supply precision weapons to the U.K. are still grappling with the aftereffects of the British government’s new defense spending plan, wondering which programs will be sustained and what further cuts may loom. A lack of clear direction on which weapons systems will be supported going forward is a big planning headache, warns a senior industry official. “I am still slightly confused what the future holds for us,” he says. As companies lay off personnel to adapt ...
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