The administration’s policy toward exporting UAVs elicits grumbling, particularly from an industry that sees foreign developers cutting into a market that the U.S. could have capitalized on. Current export restrictions might cause the U.S. to lose ground in an industry that could grow to $11.6 billion by 2023, but a report by the Stimson Center, “Task Force on U.S. Drone Policy,” also questions if these restrictions are achieving their aim. “It is unclear whether U.S. ...

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