The prospect of further cuts to Italy’s Joint Strike Fighter buy have increased, with the publication of a report calling for “significant” reductions in the country’s agreement with Lockheed Martin. The document, signed by the ruling center-left Democratic Party earlier this week and published on March 19, comes just days after newly elected Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi suggested Italy could cut its JSF purchase, as the Italian government struggles to bring down state spending. ...
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