Trump administration officials have publicly acknowledged ongoing problems with the export of UAVs that the aerospace industry has voiced for some time ,and are encouraging companies to continue to bring forward concerns—particularly if production lines are at risk. The U.S. has long led technological development in making large UAVs. But more recently it is losing market share to UAVs made in Israel and China as exports are slow to be approved—even for allies. This is in part ...

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