The Netherlands government is locked in a head-to-head battle with the country’s aerospace and defense industry over its decision that industry should pay 10.3% of all revenues from F-35 Joint Strike Fighter-related orders through 2053 to the state. The revised percentage, replacing the preliminary figure of 3.5%, was announced July 1 by Minister of Economic Affairs Maria van der Hoeven. The agreement that industry would pay a percentage of JSF-related revenues was made in 2002 when the ...

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