Airbus To Resolve Taiwan Missile Sale Dispute

Credit: French Air Force Mirage 2000D: U.S. Department of Defense
LONDON—Airbus says it will work to resolve a long-running dispute between the Taiwanese government and one of the company’s subsidiaries, Matra Defense. The company announced on Jan. 13 it had been ordered to pay €104 million ($127 million) to Taipei by an arbitration court. Airbus says the Matra...

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