With Pentagon spending on the decline, U.S. defense companies look abroad
The strategy of U.S. defense contractors to grow international sales so as to offset a tightening military budget at home is starting to show results. Their approach and its effectiveness were both apparent at last week's Association of the U.S. Army conference, a trade show here that revels in its American-ness. Alongside attempts to sell supplies to the next generation of U.S. soldiers, and with the uncertainty of a potential $500 billion cut to the Pentagon budget, defense companies ...
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